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RE: Signing up for spam?
From: "Eric Pinkerton" <EPinkerton () soulaustralia com au>
Date: Wed, 8 Feb 2006 11:55:48 +1100

Surprised no one has mentioned this, but replying to those spam messages
you already have with a request that they remove you from their mailing
list will ensure you get put on pretty much every mailing list there is,


also signing online guestbook's will help.

Eric.

-----Original Message-----
From: Elliott Back [mailto:eyemyspam () gmail com] 
Sent: Friday, 3 February 2006 5:32 PM
To: security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: Signing up for spam?


Hi there,

I am interesting in getting as much spam as possible for an experiment
to eyemyspam () gmail com , the address that I used to sign up here.  So
far I've put a mailto on a high traffic site, and am experimenting with
newsletters, domain information, usenet, opt-out forms, and more.  Are
there any automated tools to sign someone up for a high volume of spam?
Google didn't help much here.

Thanks,
Elliott Back

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education and the case study affords you unmatched consulting experience.
Tailor your education to your own professional goals with degree
customizations including Emergency Management, Business Continuity Planning,
Computer Emergency Response Teams, and Digital Investigations.

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