John Calloway, one of the developers of SpamRival became weary of the invasion of privacy. “The Internet,” he noted, “is a great tool and a great gift, but people take advantage of it for the wrong reasons. I want to make sure that when my four-year-old is old enough to use the Internet that he is protected from the bad side of it.”
Now it can be stopped. SpamRival proved so effective on AFA computers, that they endorsed the product for other ministries and Christians wanting to clean up their in-box.
The sender receives a “challenge” or reply E-mail asking him to click a link and type in the word shown on the screen. Once done, that person does not have to answer a challenge again – unless the recipient decides to block that sender’s E-mail.After seeing the devastating effects pornography has on people, Calloway and Six knew they had to so something. “We really want to be in the battle,” Six said. “We want Satan to know our name. We want to put the outpost right in his face.”