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  1. InfoSec Handlers Diary Blog - Quick Launch toolbar spyware

    isc.sans.edu/diary/diary.php?id_6

    SANS Internet Storm Center - A global cooperative cyber threat / internet security monitor and alert system. Featuring daily handler diaries with summarizing and ...

  2. California man fined $4 mil for spamming MSN - PC Guide

    www.pcguide.com/...31016-California-man-fined-4-mil-for-spamming-MSN

    Microsoft has won an almost $4 million verdict against a California man for trademark infringement, false advertising, and "cybersquatting" stemming from a spam ...

  3. Quick Launch toolbar spyware - SANS Internet Storm Center

    isc.sans.edu/forums/diary/Quick+Launch+toolbar+spyware/6

    SANS Internet Storm Center - A global cooperative cyber threat / internet security monitor and alert system. Featuring daily handler diaries with summarizing and ...

  4. Microsoft awarded $4 million in spam suit - CNET

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    Microsoft awarded $4 million in spam suit. A California man who allegedly sent phony "Windows security warnings" will have to pay up, judge rules.

  5. Microsoft gets four million dollars for spam- The Inquirer

    www.theinquirer.net/.../microsoft-gets-four-million-dollars-for-spam

    A JUDGE in California has ordered a spammer to pay Microsoft more than $4 million for jamming its MSN network. Judge Manuel Real said that Daniel Khoshnood and ...

  6. Tuffmail Spam Restrictions

    www.tuffmail.com/fixed-policy.php

    The Tuffmail system provides over 20 technical and blocklist restrictions to reject spam at the MX servers. You can select which restrictions to enable per address or ...

  7. MS wins $4m from spammer scammmer - SecurityFocus

    www.securityfocus.com/news/9129

    MS wins $4m from spammer scammmer John Leyden, The Register 2004-07-16. Microsoft has won a $3.95m judgement against a California man who used a …

  8. Microsoft awarded $4 million in spam suit | ZDNet

    www.zdnet.com/article/microsoft-awarded-4-million-in-spam-suit

    A federal court has ordered a California man to pay $4 million to Microsoft for allegedly using the software giant's product names fraudulently as part of a spam ...