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[ale] curious spam
Here is a theory. Suppose you want to send an encoded message to
someone, but you want to hide who the recipient is from Uncle Sam? Why
not just send it to thousands of email addresses disguised as spam, and
then let them guess who the real recipient is? I've been getting what
looks like ordinary spam, but which contains several lines of what
looks like encrypted text.
Just my paranoid thought for the day.
On Jan 8, 2004, at 12:13 PM, ChangingLINKS.com wrote:
> On Thursday 08 January 2004 10:43, Sean Kilpatrick wrote:
>> I'm just curious as to what might be going on here.
>> I got this spam this morning with yesterday's time stamp,
>> and a message size of 2.8 KB.
>>> "Message subject
>>> Date: Yesterday 11:06:04 pm
>>> From: "Forest Schneider" <ysuqipufqwpdxh at yahoo.com>
>>> To: kimkrizelman at mindspring.com, kimpeabody at mindspring.com,
>>> kilpatms at mindspring.com, kimberlyjane at mindspring.com,
>>> killo at mindspring.com, kiki1423 at mindspring.com
>>> Reply to: "Forest Schneider" <ysuqipufqwpdxh at yahoo.com>
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>>> felix drug newsmen soutane magruder barbudo join mummy upstream l's"