Anti Spam


   Last updated: February 19, 2011







Many notorious e-mail spammers are affiliaters.  So we call them affiliate spammers.  They often crack commercial, non-commercial and academic websites and install spam webpages.  They don't stop there.  Affilate spammers then post spam comments at blogs and forums to have Internet users to go to their spam websites where Internet users will be redirected to the websites owned by sponsors of affiliate spammers.

There is no point of going after invisible men.  Those cyber idiots are good at hiding themselves.  So instead of going after invisible spammers, if you want to stop spam messages, you should go after those who harbor affiliate spammers.  For more information, explore our Anti-Spam FAQ.   Also, don't forget to check out our 'How to Destroy Spam Domains' video tutorials.   (See under Video Tutorials > Other applications.)

If you are looking for a list of affiliate spam videos, you can find it under Mac Galleries > Affiliate spam.