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some general information to satisfy our own statistical analysis
in order to improve the site, such as type of browser, country,
server, etc. Namely, we maintain a list
of reciprocal links,
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e-mail at contact-at-archimedes-lab.org with
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responsible for the privacy policies of any site listed in
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only time you become identifiable is when you send us e-mail
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out unsolicited commercial e-mail (UCE). If you do receive
spam or virus from some 'coward' using our domain name, look
at the message header and you will see the actual mail route
that the message took (do not open the attachments these
e-mails contain!). Please contact your Internet service
provider and report this information (please also point out
that the e-mail reply to address is *spoofed and
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spammers are using a technique called 'spoofing' to hide their
identities. Spoofing is a form of identity theft and accomplished
by adjusting their reply to address to another valid email address.
is extremely important to identify the origin of a message!
A useful technique in doing this is the correct analysis of
the message headers contained in every e-mail message, which
provide useful information on the message's origin and path.
The links below furnish the necessary information in a matter
http://spamcon.org/l - Protecting
email for communications and commerce by fighting against spam.
WHOIS, one of the most useful tools for tracking down a Spammer's
Several useful tools available here.
Dedicated to those with little or no experience in fighting
against Internet Abuse.