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> OpenBSD has spamd - a way to make the spamming machines groan resource-wise.
> I am certain that there are Linux variants on this and I would suggest using
> them with abandon/extreme prejudice.  If you find one that makes the
> machines catch fire and produce copious amounts of shrapnel upon the bodies
> of the spammers, then I will happily replace my OpenBSD firewall with
> Debian.

It's pointless. spammers don't usually spam from their own machines. You're
just hurting some relatively innocent, if clueless, web proxy operator, in
all likelihood.

However, if you insist on doing it, SpamCannibal 
&lt;<a  rel="nofollow" href="http://www.spamcannibal.org/";>http://www.spamcannibal.org/</a>&gt; does the same thing for Linux


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