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On Sat, 28 Jun 2003 15:59:36 +1200
cr <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Friday 27 June 2003 11:44, WBISOFIEEP@aol.com wrote:
> > LABOR TRUE SOLUTIONS WITH RESOLVE TOMORROW METABOLIC MIXTURE
> > THE TRADE WITH PEACE IS NOT CONSUMPTION CONTROVERSIAL DEALINGS
> > Datum technocratic fellowship, where concerning house of space abundant
> > truth may
> ... and so it goes on, for about 70K (well, that's what Kmail says) of
> incomprehensible gobbledygook.
> OK, so it's spam. What baffles me is how someone managed to produce
> such a volume of verbiage that appears to have some vaguely grammatical
> structure but is totally devoid of meaning. If any human wrote it, the
> guy should be in a rubber room.
> Makes a change from people trying to sell us Viagra, anyway. :(
A couple of weeks ago I started seeing messages like this, and messages in
which the body is just random strings of letters (rather than words).
I'm guessing they are experiments in defeating Bayesian spam filters.