That chubby swede (sleepy) wrote,
That chubby swede
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Todays spam...


Received: from dns.dcprinting.com.tw (unknown [211.22.134.125])
Received: from 65.91.241.222 (ppp-65-91-241-222.mclass.broadwing.net [65.91.241.222])
by dns.dcprinting.com.tw (8.9.3/8.8.7) with SMTP id CAA09876;
From: egsr7cqh9af@hotmail.com
To: sgzity6wr5@hotmail.com
Errors-To: ntbed68qn7x@ieg.com.br
Subject: Have Hair Loss? We Can Help You!..Read on..


... apparently some companies who has email servers (SMTP) doesn't know how to configure them... as they let just anyone post through them... one should use the same methods against the spammers... faked and randomly generated email addresses to respond to their spam... to seed their list of spam-victims with non-working addresses... I have dictionaries/wordlists for other purposes, but they would fit quite well as they contain the X most common names in most English speaking countries... both firstnames and last names, other lists contain names of fairytale story figures and common names for pets, car models, medical terms, mathematical term and so on...

... it would obviously screw the admins of the exploited systems used to retaliate... but hey, they have already got screwed once. I mailed people at broadwing.net to notify them...
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