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Re: Surge in Skype Spam activity
From: mrx <mrx () propergander org uk>
Date: Mon, 11 Jan 2010 14:00:48 +0000
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I did but I use Firefox + NoScript in a vm for such things.
Admittedly still risky especially if the site pedals a certain kind of porn and is on a watch list.
I know I should really chain proxy or TOR to such links. Unfortunately this occurred to me after clicking the link.
There is not much to see here, it's a new site with next to no content.
There are couple of examples of the typical kind of spam one gets via email:Viagra and cheap software.
It has a blog format.
I believe the guy/gal is just promoting his/her site.
There is script on the page:
drupal.js,v 18.104.22.168 2009/07/21
as well as google analytics stuff.
To my admittedly limited knowledge the site is benign
hmmmm, shall I click a tinyurl coming from a f-d poster?
n/n, pick one
this is email, not twitter. if you're sharing a legitimate link, there's no
reason not to directly link to it.
2010/1/11 Chen Levkovich <chen.levkovich () securityextension com>
Surge in Skype Spam activity. http://tinyurl.com/yc38trm
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