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From: Karma (karmadesignfolks.com.au)
Date: Mon Apr 30 2007 - 17:14:32 CDT
I've been seeing this trend for > 8 months on my domains. Spam are
increasingly worded to correlate on the topics the recipient has
participated in, and MW said, security. I remember recently, one had subject
header "Buffer Overflow" and appeared to be from the [Full-Disclosure] list
----- Original Message -----
From: "Morning Wood" <se_cur_ityhotmail.com>
To: "Shaun" <shaunshaunc.com>; <full-disclosurelists.grok.org.uk>
Sent: Tuesday, May 01, 2007 4:32 AM
Subject: Re: [Full-disclosure] Spam is funny!
>> Anyone else seeing this trend? I'd be curious especially to see whether
>> or not they're "targeting" folks in non-IT roles. For example, do we
>> have any veterinarians on the list who get stock spam with subjects
>> related to animal husbandry?
> yup, lots of odd topics, in particular they do appear to come from mailman
> lists where you have subscribed, I get spam subjects and body content from
> what appears to be recently discussed topics, although only "security"
> lists. ( and yes, universaly they are penny stock dump spam )
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