From: Steve Thomas <spamassassin@st...> - 2003-08-01 23:28:12
Just got a spam which slipped through undetected... it was just an image with a bunch of hidden text in an HTML page. Probably porn, but I didn't see the image in mutt...
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The fact that there's so many words (I've never seen this many in a spam before, but I don't examine all my spam, either) must mean that they're having to add more and more "random" text to their junk just to get it past the filters (yay for us).
"#3 pencils and quadrille pads."
- Seymoure Cray (1925-1996) when asked what CAD tools he used to design the Cray I supercomputer; he also recommended using the back side of the pages so that the lines were not so dominant.
From: Gary Funck <gary@Intrepid.Com> - 2003-08-02 04:42:59
See related thread "[SAtalk] those pesky small v*agra ads":
and Mark's reply:
> From: Steve Thomas
> Sent: Friday, August 01, 2003 4:28 PM
> Just got a spam which slipped through undetected... it was just
> an image with a bunch of hidden text in an HTML page. Probably
> porn, but I didn't see the image in mutt...
> admirations potash bodyguard powered practicably hunk mediate albania
> practiced evaporation aug blumenthal bismark exceeding bengali advise
> crouch horselike popularize scotch bosoms postcondition
> The fact that there's so many words (I've never seen this many in
> a spam before, but I don't examine all my spam, either) must mean
> that they're having to add more and more "random" text to their
> junk just to get it past the filters (yay for us).