• JP is now a part of

    September 27, 2004

    A new list is now part of With a bitmask value of 64, it exists only as part of the combinded SURBL list multi, not as a standalone list. JP is based on trap data from Joe Wein and from Raymond Dijkxhoorn and his colleagues at Prolocation which are then processed using Joe's jwSpamSpy program. JP has a very good detection rate around 80% and a very low false positive rate below 0.02%. For information about the JP list, please see the Lists section.

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