I recently received the following spam mail by Rohan Kumar and the account email@example.com.
It’s awfully written and also it claims that it’s using a gmail address when it’s actually outlook.com. I guess this mail is going out in 100 different variants and just a couple of points that should trip you off are:
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I have a couple of ideas node.js would be great for. One of them is spam analysis. So I started importing around 14.000 spam comments from one of my blogs locally and am now setting up a little system that analysis things like which words occur the most in the comment field.
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