SPADES: Scalable and Privacy Assured Detection of Spams

Amogh Datt, Abdul Suhail, Dilip Kumar, Chanakya Madasi, Laxmi Jayannavar


–Spamisoneofthemostactivecyber-criminalactivities. Inthispaperweconsiderdevelopinganefficientspamdetectionplatformwhichdoesn’trequiredisclosingofemailcontentsandtoqualifythesystemwithbi gdatacomponents.Collaborativespamdetectiontechniquescandealwithlargescalee-maildata;however,theydonotconsiderprivacyofemailcontent.Distance-preservinghashingprovidesolutionsforprotectingtheprivacyofe-mailcontent.However,distancepreservinghashesarecomputationallyverydemanding.Asasolution,weproposeSPADES,aBigDataspamdetectionplatformbuiltontopofHDFScenter edonprotectinguserprivacyandachievingscalability

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