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About the ASRG
The Anti-Spam Research Group (ASRG) investigated tools and techniques to mitigate the effects of spam. The focus of the ASRG is on technology solutions, although it may consider tools and techniques to aid the implementation of legal and other non-technical anti-spam measures. It also provides input for standardization efforts within the IETF. For more information, please read the ASRG charter.

ASRG was an Internet Research Task Force (IRTF) Research Group. The IRTF focuses on longer term research issues related to the Internet while the parallel organization, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), focuses on the shorter term issues of engineering and standards making.

IRTF Research Groups guidelines and procedures are described in RFC 2014 (BCP 8).

The ASRG closed in March 2013, but this web site will be available indefinitely.
Chair
John R. Levine (Taughannock Networks)

(ASRG chair's plenary presentation at IETF 60)

RFCs

Published:

  • RFC 5782, DNS Blacklists and Whitelists

In publication queue:


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