Spam is the bane of e-mail, with millions of unwanted advertisements coursing through the Internet’s veins each day. Even though e-mail services offered by Yahoo!, Google, and Hotmail do have some form of filtering, there are occasions where some spam managed to sneak through. Spam-killer programs fare no better, but something is still better than nothing. The Spam Cube is a physical device that takes its place between the modem and router, warding off spam for up to 4 computers via its proprietary built-in anti-spam technology. You’ve got to fork out $150 for this dedicated anti-spam machine.
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