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P

package forwarding services, 229–231

paranoia, 140

passport, in real-world scam baiting example, 245, 246–247

payment methods, 128–129

PayPal, 129, 133–135

perfect spam message example, 312–318

personal names, 88–89, 358

PGP (Pretty Good Privacy), 176–177, 183

PhatBot, 43–46

phishing

advance fee payment scams, 238–242

for bank accounts and credit cards, 231–238

419 scams, 238–254, 363

fraudulent charity donations, 237–238

vs. legitimate spam, 228–229

pirated software, 360

pixel size, 195

plaintext encoding

vs. HTML, 103–104

and Microsoft Outlook, 104

pros and cons, 103–104

pornography

becoming reseller, 18–21

billing sites, 19

as early spam product, 15

finding targets for spam, 363–364

poor return for spammers, 132

in sample scenario for generating and sending spam, 18–21

size of market, 19

trial Web site signups, 19–20

viewing e-mail results, 23–26

writing sales e-mail, 21–27

Pretty Good Privacy (PGP), 176–177, 183

privacy agreement, MSN, 92–94

profits, 130–132

proxy servers

defined, 32

evading spam filters, 172–173

finding, 35–36

free sites, 34

gaining access to, 33–35

legal aspects, 272, 277

open or insecure, 22, 35, 156, 189

overview, 32–35

role in sending spam, 32–36

Socks protocol, 7, 8, 32

testing, 310, 311, 314

vs. Trojans and Botnets, 42, 47

vs. wireless, 42, 47



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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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