Is the volume of spam in your e-mail inbox getting greater again? NBC's Rehema Ellis suspects it is. Spammers have worked out how to elude software filters. Ellis reported that the daily volume of spam doubled to 60bn messages in 2006. She outlined three new techniques for evading blockers: spam messages come in the form of pictures rather than text; they are embedded in quotations from bestselling books; and they use headlines from actual news stories.
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