2017-08-06 09:50:19 UTC
Received an email today promoting woodworking plans (not interested, but not
inconsistent with stuff I've done on-line over the years).
The alleged sender is "homothallism" at "mauiseif.faith"; a quick google
tells me that "faith" is one of the fairly-new top level domains used by
spammers for the past couple of years. It's a standard-looking email, with a
source/unsubscribe link at the bottom of "Neuropathy Treatment Group LLC 3855
W. Lorenzo Ste. 100 Eagle, ID 83616".
All of that is par for the course for malware/clickbait/harvesting junk, but
this one has the following gobbledegook at the top:
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took close of to with hugged on sergeant and hour to long day said
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So: what purpose does the blather-word screed of random words serve in
whatever scheme is behind this?