First of all, I think that basically Yahoo!’s spam filtering could still use some definite improvements. Second of all, WHO WOULD CLICK ON THIS LINK??? This is directly quoted, the most recent spam in my Yahoo inbox. I mean it’s funny and all, but really….
Subject: Your Yahoo! ID – gserafini@yaho o.com
Dâ€®aeâ€¬r Yahâ€®!ooâ€¬ Memâ€®rebâ€¬,
We muâ€®tsâ€¬ câ€®ehâ€¬ck tâ€®ahâ€¬t yâ€®uoâ€¬r Yâ€®!oohaâ€¬ ID was regiâ€®etsâ€¬red by râ€®aeâ€¬l pâ€®oeâ€¬ple. So, to heâ€®plâ€¬ Yâ€®oohaâ€¬! preâ€®tnevâ€¬ auâ€®otâ€¬mated
regisâ€®artâ€¬tions, plâ€®saeâ€¬e cliâ€®kcâ€¬ on tâ€®sihâ€¬ liâ€®knâ€¬ and câ€®lpmoâ€¬ete câ€®doâ€¬e veâ€®oitacifirâ€¬n pâ€®ecorâ€¬ss:
Links to some 404’d Russian page. heh heh. 🙂
One response to “Best. Spam. EVAR.”
I opened it a clicked on it. It seemed real, they didn’t ask for anything, only to read a code and then enter it and send it back. Have I made a big mistake?