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On Wednesday 30 October 2002 03:30 pm, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> has anyone been getting spam that just says "hello!"?
>
> lugod has been getting these for about 2 months, which is a pretty
> amazing thing since i block all networks from which we get spam.  this
> guys is EXTREMELY persistent.  i've blocked about 60 networks, mostly
> from china and korea.
>
> and all he says is "hello".
>
> the emails all used to claim that they were from "rick ruben", but now
> have the name "rick r77en".
>
>
> at this point, i'm not upset or anything.  i'm more curious than
> anything else.  has anyone else been seeing this "hello" traffic?
>
> pete

i got one of those. Upon further examination, I discovered it was an HTML 
message, with a harmless looking text version.

- -- 
PGP/GPG Fingerprint: 3B30 C6BE B1C6 9526 7A90  34E7 11DF 44F3 7217 7BC7
On pgp.mit.edu, import with `gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-key 72177BC7`
Also available at http://www.cal.net/~ryan/ryan_at_mother_dot_com.asc
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