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#136 harlan4096

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Posted 01 December 2009 - 05:00 PM

I have a lot of such spams in my trash box. Has anyone responded to such e-mails? :lol:


Of course not!, to answer can be FATAL! :lol:

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#137 Jingtian

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Posted 01 December 2009 - 05:04 PM

I am wondering what they are going to do if you respond to their e-mails. Asking you to transfer some money to their account?

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Posted 01 December 2009 - 05:05 PM

I have a lot of such spams in my trash box. Has anyone responded to such e-mails? :lol:


i think they are good to read when you want a little laugh..

#139 harlan4096

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Posted 01 December 2009 - 05:08 PM

If You answer, then They will know Your adress is valid and active, and then will send losts of more spam :lol:

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#140 Robert_L

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Posted 01 December 2009 - 05:31 PM

As far as I know they start asking for money (say a few thousand dollars) for the payment process when you answer the email. Not in the first reply though, only after some more contact to convince you that they really have a few million dollars waiting for you in a foreign bank.

Would love to see a full mail conversation which leads to the question for the extra money, just for research purposes.

#141 shah000

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Posted 01 December 2009 - 06:00 PM

As far as I know they start asking for money (say a few thousand dollars) for the payment process when you answer the email. Not in the first reply though, only after some more contact to convince you that they really have a few million dollars waiting for you in a foreign bank.

Would love to see a full mail conversation which leads to the question for the extra money, just for research purposes.


http://www.windowsec...gerian_scam.pdf
http://www.youtube.c...feature=related - 2 parts i think
http://www.youtube.c...feature=related - many parts
http://www.emsisoft....es/ticker090325 - from Online Armor

Edited by shah000, 01 December 2009 - 06:01 PM.


#142 Robert_L

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Posted 01 December 2009 - 06:16 PM

http://www.windowsec...gerian_scam.pdf
http://www.youtube.c...feature=related - 2 parts i think
http://www.youtube.c...feature=related - many parts
http://www.emsisoft....es/ticker090325 - from Online Armor


Thanks :lol:

#143 shah000

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Posted 01 December 2009 - 08:06 PM

Thanks :lol:


I hope that was what you were looking for :lol:

#144 Robert_L

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Posted 01 December 2009 - 08:23 PM

I hope that was what you were looking for :lol:


We had some great laughs in the office.......oh no wait sorry, yes this has been very interesting to see how far these things go

#145 shah000

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Posted 01 December 2009 - 09:08 PM

We had some great laughs in the office.......oh no wait sorry, yes this has been very interesting to see how far these things go


The video from ABC news has these two Nigerian guys conned an American businessman..
and at the end of the video the businessman tell them "I trusted you.. and you broke my trust" LOL i don't remember the exact words though :lol:

We had some great laughs in the office.......oh no wait sorry, yes this has been very interesting to see how far these things go


This is a very good one :lol:
http://www.youtube.c...feature=related

#146 richbuff

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Posted 02 December 2009 - 08:08 AM

This is the funniest spam from the official forum that I have had the pleasure to delete:

"When not to escort ningbo your animal


Keep escort ningbo safe for the animal you love.The effects of escort ningbo are almost always positive, but the key word here is "almost." For example, in most cases we think of

lowering blood pressure as a positive effect, but what if your animal is in shock from a trauma? Lowering blood pressure even more with escort ningbo could cause harm in this case.

This is one example of a contra-indication, or in other words, do not escort ningbo an animal who is in shock. (See more examples below.)

escort ningbo can have powerful, and generally positive, physiological effects for all systems of your animal's body, including the circulatory, neurological, integumentary (skin) and

digestive systems, as well as the muscles and joints. But this also means that, yes, it is also possible to do harm, depending on how and when escort ningbo is applied. Be sure to

check with your veterinarian about any health issues your animal may have before beginning escort ningbo. escort ningbo is not a substitute for veterinarian advice, diagnosis or

treatment.

Precautions are conditions or situations when some escort ningbo is OK, but you may need to adjust how and where it's applied or which techniques you use. In addition to

consulting with your veterinarian, you will also find it very helpful to consult with a professionalescort ningbopractitioner about how to make adjustments according to the

veterinarian's advice.nbdlmsg"

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#147 Robert_L

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Posted 02 December 2009 - 11:55 AM

Ok I just looked in the Junk folder for my hotmail account, which I normally use to fill in on webforms where I am pretty sure they will send me advertisement.

I had one scam mail and one phishing mail (and a bunch of spam for medication):

Scam:
Dear e-Mail User,
You have won £ 850,502.00 in the free Xmas email draw of the
UKNL International sweepstake program. For due remittance
of your winning funds.Contact Mr.Micheal Warburg on the below
email with your informations as required below;

Phishing:
Dear Chase Bank Member

It has come to our attention that your Chase Bank Information records are out of date. That requires you to update the Information. Failure to update your records will result in account termination. Please update your records within 24 hours. Once you have updated your account records, your Chase Bank session will not be interrupted and will continue as normal. Failure to update will result in cancellation of service, Terms of Service (TOS) violations or future billing problems.
You must click the link below and enter your login information on the following page to confirm your Billing Information records.


Damn, I'm not a chase member but I should give some info or else I am not able to use Chase any more :lol:
The second one actually send me to an active phishing site, I reported that one.

#148 shah000

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Posted 02 December 2009 - 01:07 PM

lol

#149 richbuff

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Posted 04 December 2009 - 11:15 AM

http://www.lyricsfre...l_20056834.html

Shes a valley girl
Okay, fine...
Fer sure, fer sure
Shes a valley girl
So sweet n pure

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Posted 04 December 2009 - 05:14 PM

Does Father of Linux Favor Windows 7?
Linux creator Linus Torvalds hams it up at a Windows 7 booth near the Japan Linux Symposium.

Microsoft Subnet, Network World

Oct 23, 2009 5:00 pm

So how do you explain a picture of Linus Torvalds giving a thumbs up to Windows 7 in Japan?The photo, posted by Chris to Picasa, offered this narrative: "Since Microsoft tried to torpedo the success of the Japan Linux Symposium by launching their Windows 7 product that same day right across the street, we decided to make some fun of Microsoft. We dragged Linus to their big promotion booth. One of the sales guys took only a minute to get Linus sold on it as you can see in the picture. At least that's what he thought. He obviously had no clue who he was talking to. But in the end Linus did not buy a copy..."

Linus seems genuinely happy about something in the picture ... what does he know that Microsoft doesn't know?