OEM Software Spam

  Pesala 12:25 14 Sep 04

Recently I started getting loads of spam from these people dns8brandeis.com curious text in the bottom of the email:

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Anybody recognise this stuff or know why Spam Assassin doesn't block it?

  Pesala 12:28 14 Sep 04

I got that from the email header. This is the text of the message:

Looking for not expensive high-quality software?
We might have just what you need.
Check out these amazing offers

Microsoft Office XP Professional 2002 .... $60
Corel Draw Graphics Suite 11 ............. $60
Windows XP Professional 2002 ............. $50
Adobe Photoshop 7.0 ..................... $60

See the whole inventory here... http:/ /lorinda.oemmarket.info/

  €dstowe 13:33 14 Sep 04

Hundreds of similar rubbish emails are trapped by the BT-Yahoo Spam Trap on my setups.

Ask Spam Assassin why they are failing you.

Note: take care with these random word emails. Some are known to contain nasties.

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