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Greeting Card Spam

PLEASE NOTE: The 'From:' e-mail address mentioned for each e-mail on this page, is often a spoofed e-mail address and not necessarily the true origin of the malicious e-mail. Any links displayed in the e-mail below are only used by the spammer as the anchor text for the dangerous link and is not necessarily the website responsible for the malicious software.

Date: 19 September 2007
From: <>
Subject: Hey, you have a new Greeting !!!
Contains link to: postcard.exe

Hello friend!
You have just received a postcard Greeting from someone who cares about you...

Just click here to receive your Animated Greeting !

Thank you for using services !!!
Please take this opportunity to let your friends hear about us by sending them a postcard from our collection !

Cheesy e-mail, isn't it?

Date: 13 May 2007
From: <>
Subject: You've received a greeting from a family member!
Contains link to: postcard.exe

You have just received a virtual postcard from a family member!


You can pick up your postcard at the following web address:



If you can't click on the web address above, you can also
visit 1001 Postcards at
and enter your pickup code, which is: a91-valets-cloud-mad


(Your postcard will be available for 60 days.)


Oh -- and if you'd like to reply with a postcard,
you can do so by visiting this web address:
(Or you can simply click the "reply to this postcard"
button beneath your postcard!)


We hope you enjoy your postcard, and if you do, please take a moment to send a few yourself!


1001 Postcards

Spammers have strange habits. Notice the full stop between each paragraph? These full stops are invincible in the original e-mail because the spammer made them the same colour as the background. Another strange thing to note is that the e-mail is supposedly from, but the message body refer to

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