[unisog] Numeric SPAM

Ramon Kagan rkagan at yorku.ca
Tue Jun 6 15:00:36 GMT 2006

One theory I have is to harvest accounts by the lack of bounces.  The size 
of the email is so small mass mailout is even more feasible.  I noted that 
the numbers were incrementing for us, so this further basis of the theory.

Ramon Kagan, GCIA				(p)416-736-2100 #20263
Manager, UNIX Services				rkagan at yorku.ca
Computing and Network Services
York University, Toronto, Canada

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On Tue, 6 Jun 2006, BACHAND, Dave \(Info. Tech. Services\) wrote:

> Hello-
> I see on the ISC page that others are getting this same SPAM.  I've
> tracked it back to an ISP in China.
> Any ideas about the intent of these messages?
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