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By Jon Swartz SAN FRANCISCO -- E-mail users worldwide are being buried in a blizzard of bounced messages caused by spammers. Dubbed "backscatter spam," this latest fad is clogging e-mail accounts and slowing victims' inboxes to a crawl. Up to 3% of all e-mail today is backscatter, says Dmitry Samosseiko, manager of SophosLabs Canada. "It is a major problem, and it is getting worse," he says. How it works: Spammers collect real e-mail addresses, often through computer viruses that steal...
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