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On: 2007 / 08 / 11
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A common spammer's trick to escape mail filters is to sort-of cypher words so that they remain human-readable. You've received gazillions of them: vi@gr@, v-i-a-g-r-a, [v][i][a][g][r][a] and so on. A mail got through GMail's filter this morning, and I actually spent a few minutes trying to read it because I thought this time they pushed it a little too far. Have a look:

Unreadable spam

Seriously, WTF ? I can hardly get any intelligible word from this. No attached image, no link to click, this has to be the silliest spam I've ever seen :)

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  1. Joe says:

    Is regular expressions. :-P

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