One of the most effective techniques available for combating spam is the widespread application of collaborative filtering, where members of a community identify and vote on spam messages.
However, it is not obvious that this also holds true for email-borne malware threats, whose sole indicator is often only a malicious attachment to an otherwise seemingly legitimate email.
We show that not only is a collaborative filter effective for filtering viruses, but also that the community begins filtering the virus within minutes of its initial detection—and with an extremely low false positive rate.
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