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Web Stalkers
Chapter 13 - Spam, Spam, Spam, Spam

Spamboy

This old west form of spam justice is illegal now, but the following code is what the script looked like.  It has deliberately been made non-functional, since distributing the actual script would likely result in a visit from law enforcement.

#!/bin/ksh
counter = 1
do
   counter=`expr i+1`
   if [ $counter  -lt 1000000 ]
   then
      mailx -s “The seed of greed bear bitter fruit."\
         bill.gates@mircosoft.com
   fi
done

Reasons to Ignore Spam

There are many reasons to ignore spam and not take any proactive actions.  Something as simple as opening a spam message can trigger a response message that will alert the spammer that the recipient’s e-mail address is alive-and-well.


The above text is an excerpt from:

Web Stalkers
Protect yourself from Internet Criminals & Psychopaths
ISBN 0-97-45993-9-5

by Donald K. Burleson, Stephen Andert
 

http://www.rampant-books.com/book_2004_2_stalkers.htm


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