Do You Know These People?

I get spam email; so does everyone I know with an email address. My mail client of choice is currently Apple’s and this includes a Bayesian junk mail filtering system which, after a bit of training, is very effective.

About once a week I check my junk mail folder. Just in case. There’s one spammer who seems to think that a ficticious name, made up of real words, will get past people’s filters. Naive and touching. But occasionally you see some classic names. Here’s the latest bunch in my junk mail folder.

  • Inner. T. Windiest
  • Costly. V. Property
  • Procession. T. Somme
  • Shagginess. K. Acutest
  • Recurring. V. Husbanding
  • Paperweight. V. Savant
  • Dreamiest. K. Loopy
  • Icurably. E. Methodists

Written by Gary

Husband, Father, geotechnologist, map geek, coffee addict, Sci-fi fan, UNIX and Mac user.

1 Comment » Bilbo Spams My Inbox

[…] As fast as an anti-spam mechanism appears on the net, the spammers try to find a way to circumvent it; recently I wrote about the attempt of spammers to try and create realistic sounding names in an attempt to bypass spam filters with unintentionally amusing results. […]

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