Week 6 Written Assignment new.docx - Week 6 Written Assignment Respond to the Text Lab Project 16.2(Objectives 1 and 2 on page 529 Provide a short

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Week 6 Written Assignment Respond to the Text Lab Project 16.2 (Objectives 1 and 2) on page 529. Provide a short narrative on security techniques and mechanisms in protecting against spam activity. Recently, online video chat was becoming more popular. Although they are experiencing huge growth, online video chat services have become another target for spamming. Unlike spam spreading through traditional media, we believe that email and social networks are attractive to spam users spreading online video calls. The biggest spot video chat site - we've run many experiments to investigate spam spread spam. We have found that the biggest undesirable campaign scams on video chat websites. Our study suggests that spam related to date or medical fraud has a higher clickthrough rate than the email that contains the same content. In particular, the date fraud will reach 14.97% click rate. We reviewed and analyzed the spamming mechanisms we designed and implemented on-line video chat sites. Our study suggests that the mechanism of prevention can be harmful or easily avoided by the user's legal experience. Since the online video call system uses peer-to-peer architecture, spam monitoring and research are highly demanding research on their behavior and characteristics. Due to the absence of any centralized north of audio and video streams, the monitoring probe can not be installed. In this case, the only solution is to collect data from a group of users participating in these services. We use this solution by creating an unwanted email program, registering several domain names, publishing these domain names with lots of spam and registering the number of visits. During the experiments, our spam buttons were found with clients, as well as other spam bundles created by spammers and recorded the appropriate chat sessions. Using session data recorded with Chatroulette weblogs, we make some sizes and spam scans. In addition, our own spam bots is used to test anti-spam mechanisms on video chat sites. Our study found the largest unwanted campaign on online chat websites that sent spam to unwanted spam reports, which obtained a 14.97% click-through rate. Instead, spam in pharmacies gets less attention up to 1.99% of the clicks. In comparison to the maladies of pharmacies sent by email, however, there is a more successful offer of spam frauds to cheat a pharmacy through a video chat site. Based on our extensive coverage of web video chat web pages, we note that spamers usually use two spam accesses. A spammer uses a virtual webcam software to play an animated GIF image where the corresponding spam URL is clearly displayed. The other way is to respond to the spammer in a pre-recorded phishing video where an attractive girl sits in front of the webcam
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and on her keyboard. In phishing videos, spammers also launch a chatbot program that allows unwanted spam to share text with a partner. The victim can make mistakes to make conversations with a real chat partner. Therefore, when a chat lottery program sends an unwanted URL to a victim, the victim may believe in a bypass chat and, in this way, visit the spam URL.
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