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    • On the Effectiveness of Pre-Acceptance Spam Filtering 

      Mori, Tatsuya; Esquivel, Holly; Akella, Aditya; Mao, Z. Morley; Xie, Yinglian; Yu, Fang (University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Computer Sciences, 2009)
      Modern SMTP servers apply a variety of mechanisms to stem the volume of spam delivered to users. These techniques can be broadly classified into two categories: preacceptance approaches, which apply prior to a message ...
    • RouteBazaar: An Economic Framework for Flexible Routing 

      Esquivel, Holly; Muthukrishnan, Chitra; Niu, Feng; Chawla, Shuchi; Akella, Aditya (University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Computer Sciences, 2009)
      The Internet?s routing protocol provides users a single end-to-end route that is not guaranteed to be available or to meet user requirements. Our paper addresses this rigidity using an economically grounded approach that ...
    • Understanding the World's Worst Spamming Botnet 

      Mori, Tatsuya; Esquivel, Holly; Akella, Aditya; Shimoda, Akihiro; Goto, Shigeki (University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Computer Sciences, 2009)
      On November 11, 2008, the primary web hosting company, McColo, for the command and control servers of Srizbi botnet was shutdown by its upstream ISPs. Subsequent reports claimed that the volume of spam dropped significantly ...