Internet Society of China (ISC) ANTI-SPAM Activities of Internet Society of China Anting HU Anti-Spam Committee of ISC Geneva, 13 Dec 2006 Outline 1. SPAM Comprehensive Control 2. ISC’S Efforts 3. Current situation in China 4. the Anti-Spam Technology Platform
ANTI-SPAM Activities of
Internet Society of China
Anti-Spam Committee of ISC
Geneva, 13 Dec 2006
Key elements of a comprehensive framework:
So far, ISC has released the blacklist for 8 times, which involving >1,700 IP Addresses/domains/websites.
which is the 1st comprehensive technology platform in China
and more details will be given later.
Declare Spam Complaining Telephone Number (+86-10-12321), Complaining mail-box (firstname.lastname@example.org); and Complaining website (www.anti-spam.cn);
email@example.com for nationwide netizens
Each province also has its own hotline and mailbox
such as 021-12321 and firstname.lastname@example.org of SHANGHAI
This plugin can operate well for such email client as Foxmail, MS Outlook, Outlook Express at present
ISC offered an E-mail server administrator training with Qinghua University
Another plan of training program for 1,000 email administrators in 30 provinces has launched.
The 1st stop for email sever administrators was co-organized by ISC and its affiliated branches Internet Society of Jiangxi, Jiangsu, Fujian, Anhui, and Zhejiang Communications Administration in Jiangxi Province , With support from MII. About 40 administrators participated in this program.
*distributed 1 million anti-Spam brochures
*collected signatures of 200,000 users voluntarily resisted Spam
*arranged training program on email service management in 30 provinces, cities and autonomous regions
*recruited 20,000 volunteers for anti-Spam work
*organized training for 1,000 email administrators
According to SOPHOS’s investigation, in the past months of 2006, spam relaying rate in China was showing decreasing trend, specially in the third quarter of 2006.
According to the 9th Statistical Survey Report on the Spam Status in China, the spam proportion has descended from 61.99% of the 2nd quarter to 59.49% of the 3rd quarter.
A little progress …
But, there’s still a long long way to go …
all the Spam cases would be analyzed and could be queried by IP, domain, spammer’s phone number leaving in the mail body; all these stat. would be the important evidence to issue the IP/domain RBL periodically, or to punish the spammers according to the anti-Spam regulation by MII;
it would also establish a white list of mail servers including most of the biggest ISP/ESPs in China, through which they can trust in each other to send and receive emails;
the processing system of spam
the HoneyPot system
The blacklist of Internet Society of China
International orgnaizations are welcome
（1）cooperate with international organizations and enterprises to build and popularize whitelist technology service platform.
(2) provide white list technology service to famous foreign enterprises and orgnizations.
Anti-Spam Committee of Internet Society of china