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ROKSO

(Register Of Known Spam Operations) A list of spammers that have been removed from at least three ISPs because of their activities. Maintained by the Spamhaus Project funded by the UXN ISP in the U.K., spammers are removed from the list if no complaints have been registered in the previous six months. See Spamhaus, Blacklist of Internet Advertisers and spam.
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According to Spamhaus, 90 per cent of spam received by internet users in North America and Europe can be traced via redirects, hosting locations, domains and aliases, to a hard-core group of just 200 known spam outfits, almost all of whom are listed in the ROKSO database and are operating illegally.
The prolific spammers have used their skills to help aid in a number of marketing campaigns despite being listed on the Register of Known Spam Operations (ROKSO).
"Stubberfield" is listed as the world's eighth most prolific spammer by SpamHaus, a UK-based anti-spam operation that profiles suspected spammers in its Register Of Known Spam Operations (ROKSO) database.