New Antispam service announced in Spam Mail
Here's one from the what were they thinking department: a new antispam service called Spam Strike announced its launch over the weekend by spamming would be subscribers.
The spams state that Spam Strike harvested the recipient's email address from a web page. According to the messages, "This technique is a common way for spammers to obtain your email address and we strongly recommend you take steps to have your data removed or concealed."
The spams, sent from a Tiscali DSL connection in the UK, go on to invite recipients to sign up for the Spam Strike service ($15.99/year) and receive regular reports about the vulnerability of their email contact information. Spam Kings Blog: Spam announces new anti-spam service
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