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Watch out for hidden Image Tags
I'm not clever enough to deal with whatever is unleashed when I open the spam, so I stick with the titles.Going to go google 'Image Tags'....
I am fortunate that the webmail client of my mail host has a "view message source" option. That way, I don't have to open the message (activating any active content) to glance at the content. It works most of the time, and I simply delete anything on which it doesn't work.Just don't ever, ever submit a form from spam or phishing email. The results do not go to the site advertised.
The meaningless streams of unusual combinations of words are an attempt to defeat certain kinds of spam filters. I've occasionally seen actual poetry, or pages out of old novels, used to that purpose.
When will the neocons decide that terrorists converse in code through the spam filter words and attack the internet?Or maybe they are satanic? Pagan chants that spread the love of witches?And 'Just don't ever, ever submit a form from spam or phishing email. The results do not go to the site advertised.'... what if somebody sent back a fake form for fun? Haven't done it, but my son said that it just verifies that the email is viable.
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