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Re: Signing up for spam?
From: Bob Radvanovsky <rsradvan () unixworks net>
Date: Sun, 05 Feb 2006 11:43:39 -0600

Well, hey -- *snicker* -- should we send you ALL of our "spam" to you???  ;))  I get about 12 DOZEN "spam-velopes" PER 
DAY at my home network data center for body part enlargements, or vacations that I don't have to pay any money 
towards...

To the ebst of my knowledge, I'm unaware of any such tools which would *create* spam for you -- I would think that most 
of these tools are out there would want to *get rid* of "spam".  ;))

Bob Radvanovsky, CISM, CIFI, REM, CIPS
"knowledge squared is information shared"
rsradvan (at) unixworks.net | infracritical.com | ehealthgrid.com
(630) 673-7740 | (412) 774-0373 (fax) 

----- Original Message -----
From: Elliott Back [mailto:eyemyspam () gmail com]
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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