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Okopipi leaps in where Blue Security left off Print E-mail
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Source: Search Security - Posted by Efren J. Belizario   
Latest News Defeated antispam vendor Blue Security may be no more, but that's not the case for its technology and its spam-fighting hubris. A new independent group called Okopipi intends to pick up where Blue Security left off by creating an open source, peer-to-peer software program that automatically sends "unsubscribe" messages to spammers and/or reports them to the proper authorities.

Though only a few weeks old, the group is already the product of a merger between the Okopipi team and a similar effort known as Black Frog. Brian Cook, an Okopipi volunteer based in central Florida, said both factions formed on message boards hours after the demise of Blue Security.

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