Wed Apr 14 21:36:56 UTC 2010
On Wed, 14 Apr 2010, Vernon Schryver wrote: >> ...so I think the underlying mechanism is working, question is, why are >> all the Fuz2's normal? Even if I was somehow modifying >> the message (which I don't think I am), wouldn't Fuz2 ignore it? > > I don't talk about the Fuz1 and Fuz2 algorithms; if you really care, > you know where to look. Okay, so, ... are you just hypothesizing that the spam in question was sufficiently 'customized' to evade even Fuz2? I guess I could accept that, but all of my junk-mail is showing Fuz2=1. I would expect at least some of them to show up as bulk. Otherwise how is the program useful? >> By the way here is the original message. > > That dccm at your site said the DCC target counts for that copy of my > response to your first message were 1 suggests that it had not been > reported to your current DCC server more than once or to any other DCC > server with a total target count large enough to justify flooding its > checksums to other DCC servers. I'm not sure I understand: http://dakota.newsnation.com/~ophidian/junkmsg44.txt is the junk mail that I was talking about which had Fuz2=1. It wasn't a mailing list message. I was showing in case you had any idea if something in the message was throwing off Fuz2.
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