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    tgtaylor's Avatar
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    Spam

    I have been getting a lot of spam lately on my blog from servers located in Seoul, South Korea. It's not spam in the tradition sense as unwanted advertising but one liners. They don't get posted as I delete them as spam but it is a PITA. Anyone else have or had a similar experience?

    Thomas

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    Re: Spam

    I prefer my spam fried with potatoes and eggs, good deli rye toast with marmalade.
    Rick Allen

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    Les
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    Re: Spam

    I got something from Russia (as it appeared) the other day, but erased it prior to opening. Tag it as spam.
    All good.
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    Les

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    Re: Spam

    Yes - the latest trick seems to be to send out a message that says something like 'click here to be removed from our mailing list', or 'click here to confirm unsubscript'.

    Never click anything like this - just delete it.

    I put this in the same category as the 3-4 phone calls per day from either a political organization, or someone offering me a free vacation in Florida.

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