Bodybuilding Meds Spam
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Date: Fri, 04 Jul 2008 19:09:11 -0500
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... and any bloody spammer uses lousy subject lines like these.
Here is what? As if the subject line wasn't cheesy enough.
We wish we could show you the e-mail addresses of the victims. It is very interesting to see who the recipients were. All of them were Yahoo! e-mail addresses and each one started with the same letter. They even shared similar pronunciations.
This is spam targeting at its best, however one of the e-mail addresses looked like randomly generated e-mail address, so the spammers are desperately trying to make it look like a friend-to-multiple-friends e-mail. This also explains the idea behind short message.
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