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H

hackers, relationship to spammers, 72–76

harvesting

data from responses to spam, 107–110

e-mail addresses, 76–86

hash-based spam filters, 171–201, 318

hash databases, 159–161, 170

headers, fake, 184–189

HELO command

creativity in selecting host addresses, 88–89, 152, 175

in “Mort gageQuotes” example, 295

overview, 88–89

in perfect spam example, 314

in random word example, 309

in sexual performance enhancer example, 303, 304

hexadecimal encoding, 180, 235

hijacking Web pages, 119–124

holidays, 343

home directories, 118

host-based spam filtering

as method of spam detection, 151–161

tips for evading, 171–174

hosting spam content

legal liability, 282–283

overview, 115–118

using HTML injection and hijacking techniques, 119–124

Hotmail.com, 92–94

HTML (Hypertext Markup Language)

hiding messages, 192

hijacking Web pages, 119–124

injection techniques, 119–124

in perfect spam example, 314, 315, 318

vs. plaintext, 103–104

pros and cons, 105

refresh tags, 107, 123

rogue content, 119–124

sample spam e-mail message, 105–107

in sexual enhancement spam example, 299

and spam filter evasion techniques, 191–197



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Inside the SPAM Cartel(c) Trade Secrets From the Dark Side
Inside the SPAM Cartel: By Spammer-X
ISBN: 1932266860
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 79

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