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26-Jan-2007

Sto-o-o-ock Spa-a-a-am

Filed under: Spam — codeman38 @ 9:29 am

Here is the actual text of one of those stock spams that managed to slip past my spam filter. Marvel at the utter ridiculousness that comes from this spammer trying, I can only assume, to avoid spam filters. Note that I’m not trying to actually promote the stock mentioned here; in fact, if anyone actually buys stock based on a message that looks like this, I seriously pity that person.

AUNI set aside it’s warranty to start advertisement. It on it’s current maximum right now.I will wait notice from them, cause without it i will not rise more than x.35.
So i got to switch to elsewhere.

Warning alert this incredible unbelievable opportunity chance to make our profits.
I have heard something grand will occur today with another one.
My pick for future is …

Ne-w-w-w Mexico Soft-t-t-tware, Inc.
Sector: Technology
Industry: Internet Software & Services
Stoc-c-ck: NMXC

This are fresh company, without restricts.This company has no unclean past.I will push it minimum several days if my information correct this time it will go to -> fifth place on top 5 % Gainers.

Look at NMXC(New Mexico Software, Inc) and think how unbelievable this share will move! For this moment now it’s price is x.047

It’s gona really blow over several days.
Let make our profits

677445746A3D7379716C7F7338336A
Atheneus

“This are fresh company”? I suppose all our stock are belong to them.

Oh, yes, and the e-mail address it was sent from had the username of ‘regeneratingspareribs’.

2 Comments »

  1. One of the funniest stock spams I saw recently was one that they tried to do in ASCII art – except that their email program had correctly wrapped it and it made the email unreadable. 😛

    Basically the original email looked like this:

     70001621424062840    018632444258      21656558584285          388160              
           66242260706       50277208845642
     78707253688110843   38832353370471     2201304287286176        37862557            
          04102774050503     467661438313526
           80154        08887      72766    2133        7070      2765272280            
         13305      61416    6524       2222
           83071       60620        46032   4784        2355      4068   3564           
        18236        84123   4866       7851
           06367       48671        18417   4256071771404240      5027   8874           
        26756        15285   24643262344157
           85884       01077        03218   61877476007142      645331   83812          
        57281        34213   218652583525852
           81133       41680        30640   344588073435        473376836605182         
        87213        72231   8467        4185
           12511       23472        87004   2506      5083      8708462068370877        
        24172        77752   1438         642
           30681        67868      75260    3237      22330    80131         3152   
    52443    65084      24134    1683        0468
           68376         78242024601656     0888        4887  08586          7185   
    43801     02471628730765     220534022424064
           25755          117136150470      7341        7462  14476          1877   
    88210      667625174741      56233045304663

    I won’t post the expanded version here as it might cause people to have to scroll sideways, but the unexpanded thing read “TORA.OB” in large text. But as I said, the spammer’s email program had wrapped the text, so it couldn’t actually be seen like that. 😛

    Comment by Ciaran — 26-Jan-2007 @ 11:51 am

  2. Hah, wow. I’d read about the TORA.OB ASCII-art spam on various forums, but not the variation where the spammer’s software made it unreadable…

    Comment by codeman38 — 26-Jan-2007 @ 4:15 pm

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