KK is a very simple PHP script that displays an ASK (Active SPAM Killer) queue and executes ASK queue commands.
Version: 0.1KK is a very simple PHP script that displays an ASK (Active SPAM Killer) queue and executes ASK queue commands by automatically triggering email messages.
Operating System: Linux
KK requires the ASK queue to be imported into a MYSQL database, which is achieved with a simple bash script.
KK lacks user authentication, as it isn't targeted for large amount of users. Instead, it identifies users by using a simple numeric code. This may be improved in future releases.
Once installed, KK can be accessed by typing your URL including your secret code. For example:
(note that the secret code is defined in the configuration section of index.php)
Whitelist: Moves the email message to your inbox, and adds the recipient to your ASK whitelist
Inbox: Simply moves the email message to your inbox
X: Deletes the message from your ASK queue
KK on a recipient: Deletes all messages from that sender, and adds the sender to your ASK ignorelist (further messages from that sender will simply be ignored).
KK on a subject: Deletes all messages with that subject. It is usual to receive multiple SPAM messages at once with the same subject. This doesn't add the recipients to your ASK ignorelist in order to avoid unnecessary list grow (they are usually inexistent, randomly-generated email addresses)
All messages including TEXT are stinky KK: Looks for a pattern on every message subject, and silently deletes all matches, without adding senders to the KK ignorelist.
All messages are KK: Silently deletes all messages without adding senders to the KK ignorelist.