[Spambayes] Latest spammer trick stymied
tim.one at comcast.net
Mon Mar 31 20:36:28 EST 2003
> But yeah, fetching the URL does seem the wrong long-term approach.
Hard to say.
> I'm very impressed with the creativity of the idea though - I see lots of
> spams and did wonder WTF we could do about it.
I suggest you wait <wink>. I saw a lot of these last week, but a lot less
this week so far. As advertising, sending a single URL has got to suck:
who would click on it, and why, especially after the novelty wears off? For
reasons explained earlier, if this is combined with the minimal-header
gimmick, positive tokens generated for the absence of assorted header lines
will eventually get high spamprobs too.
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