Myspace Blogs Used To Promote Bots & Webcams

| | Comments (1)
This arrived in my mailbox a few days ago:

par1.jpg

The EMail reads:

"This is a message from add me on msn, paris84fun@hotmail.com:
 
 add me on msn, xxx@xxxxxxxx.com thought you might enjoy checking out this blog on MySpace.com! You don't have to join MySpace.com to view the blog. Just use the link below.

[url removed]

Interesting - we have people setting up fake accounts on Myspace, sending out "check out my blog" messages to spam lists and then....

par2.jpg
Click to Enlarge

par3.jpg
Click to Enlarge

Pimping their spambots via phoney blog entries.

Shall we see what happens next?

janeh1.gif
Click to Enlarge

As you can see, it's a standard bot script that's been around since time began.

Almost had me fooled for a moment there, too...

1 Comments

I StumbledUpon into this blog, and started reading the archives. Loved the waterboarding bit :)

Definitely one of the funniest security-related blogs I ever saw.

Kudos, Nahuel.

Leave a comment

About this Entry

This page contains a single entry by Christopher Boyd published on February 11, 2009 2:36 PM.

Fake Infection Warnings Interview was the previous entry in this blog.

Fake Rapidshare Pages Push Specific Products is the next entry in this blog.

Find recent content on the main index or look in the archives to find all content.