zachariah Posted June 15, 2004 Share Posted June 15, 2004 IMO it's good news, as long as those who have a legitimate use of the port are still alowed to use it. Comcast takes hard line against spam By Jim Hu CNET News.com June 10, 2004, 12:56 PM PT URL: http://zdnet.com.com/2100-1104-5230615.html Comcast, the nation's largest broadband Internet service, this week began selectively blocking a network loophole commonly exploited by spammers. The cable giant, whose broadband Internet service has more than 5.7 million subscribers, said it will block what's known as "port 25" for accounts suspected of sending mass amounts of unsolicited e-mail. The company will implement blocks based on subscriber accounts with the most outbound activity. (continues)... my questions to you all are "is it a good step?", and "have you noticed a difference?" Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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