Jacob Haller (jwgh) wrote,
Jacob Haller
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spam oddity

I've seen spam before where random letters are inserted into words to defeat anti-spam filters. The results range from the relatively comprehensible 'The women are all reaijqgul and all horxumny as hell! ' to (a personal favorite) 'Where the women_avtre_easy and the shmoilex is frettvle! ' which takes a little thought to decode.

Today I got a spam which inserted entire sentence fragments into the middle of words. This makes it very difficult to tell which parts of the message are the parts that are trying to sell you something and which parts are random bits of text grabbed from somewhere.
Hello, PharmacyBybe judged from appearances.Mail SHOP tender-hearted man, possessing his vision and his knowledge, mightWelcomes you!

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for VERY Rhour, perhaps, before she came to anchorage within the harbour. AndEASONABLE PRlCES.

With each purchgreat number of negroes.ase you get:

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the stout Walls which fortify it, would appear to have no otherHome deIivery
Total confswindled, but also M. de Cussy and the volunteers and negroesidentiaIity

Just try us and you will not be diupon him in evil mockery. Then he controlled himself as if by ansappointed!
Great number of negroes? I think we can all agree that the shmoilex is frettvle, indeed.

(Incidentally, the non-spam text appears to be taken at least in part from Captain Blood, a book which appears to have been published in 1922.)
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