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Re: Signing up for spam?
From: Leif Ericksen <leife () dls net>
Date: Sun, 05 Feb 2006 15:32:39 -0600

Keep posting on the net, and make sure the address is available on a web
site, go to the contest web sites and let them share your name with the
other sites they work with make sure all spam filters are off in the
destination of choice...  not really a gmail account but setup your own
mailer would be best and you will have spam in no time.


enjoy it...   I know that I would not enjoy it..


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Leif

On Fri, 2006-02-03 at 01:31 -0500, Elliott Back wrote:
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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Leif Ericksen <leife () dls net>


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The Norwich University program offers unparalleled Infosec management 
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. 

http://www.msia.norwich.edu/secfocus
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