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[ale] curious spam
- Subject: [ale] curious spam
- From: tfreeman at intel.digichem.net (tfreeman at intel.digichem.net)
- Date: Fri Jan 9 13:03:29 2004
- In-reply-to: <[email protected]>
I'm not sure - maybe you should get a patent on that idea? The bandwidth
might be a little low, but you also don't need to know exactly where your
agents are. As icing on the cake, make it real spam, and earn a nickle or
two for running your communications setup!
The downside is, of course, ensuring that the message gets through.
On Fri, 9 Jan 2004, Randolph Wilson wrote:
> 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>
> >>> counterflow circumsphere deforestation dissonant they're barber
> >>> shine oxonian tonal penelope filet bay sinusoidal
> >>> felix drug newsmen soutane magruder barbudo join mummy upstream l's"
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