Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Spammers respond to Blue Frog

I've been getting a lot of emails like this in the last couple of days:
Hey,

You are recieving this email because you are a member of BlueSecurity (http://www.bluesecurity.com).

You signed up because you were expecting to recieve a lesser amount of spam, unfortunately, due to the tactics used by BlueSecurity, you will end up recieving this message, or other nonsensical spams 20-40 times more than you would normally.

How do you make it stop?

Simple, in 48 hours, and every 48 hours thereafter, we will run our current list of BlueSecurity subscribers through BlueSecurity's database, if you arent there.. you wont get this again.

We have devised a method to retrieve your address from their database, so by signing up and remaining a BlueSecurity user not only are you opening yourself up for this, you are also potentially verifying your email address through them to even more spammers, and will end up getting up even more spam as an end-result.

By signing up for bluesecurity, you are doing the exact opposite of what you want, so delete your account, and you will stop recieving this.

Why are we doing this?

Its simple, we dont want to, but BlueSecurity is forcing us. We would much rather not waste our resources and send you these useless mails.

Its simple, we dont want to, but BlueSecurity is forcing us. We would much rather not waste our resources and send you these useless mails, but do not believe for one second that we will stop this tirade of emails if you choose to stay with BlueSecurity.
Just remember one thing when you read this, we didnt do this to you, BlueSecurity did.

If BlueSecurity decides to play fair, we will do the same.

Just remove yourself from BlueSecurity, and make it easier on you.

In the first place, I want to thank you bozos for demonstrating that Blue Frog works. And for advertising to the world that it works. You must be getting desperate.

Secondly, I want to point out that you are the biggest bunch of hypocrites I've ever seen, worse than our sorry politicians (not to mention your evident lack of writing ability). "Why are we doing this? Its simple, we dont want to, but BlueSecurity is forcing us. We would much rather not waste our resources and send you these useless mails."

Well, dumbass, consider this: I don't want to be using Bluesecurity, but you won't listen to the fact that I don't want your idiotic garbage clogging up my inbox. So you keep sending me useless emails, and I'm forced to defend myself. If you don't like that, just quit sending me your useless garbage. All I do is delete it anyway. BlueSecurity is doing you a favor; they're giving you a way to clean up your address lists, which you're apparently too stupid or lazy to do yourselves.

Then there's "If BlueSecurity decides to play fair, we will do the same."

Mwahahahahahahahaha!!!

What the fuck do you know about fair? Is it fair that I spend so much time sorting through and deleting the worthless garbage that you worthless pieces of garbage keep dumping on me?

So, no, BlueSecurity isn't doing this to me. I'm finally getting a chance to show you what it feels like to get a constant stream of garbage poured on you. Don't like it. Then stop doing it to everyone else in the world. And quit whining. You brought this on yourselves with your stupid and inconsiderate behavior. And you're probably getting back less than 10% of what you send out.

I just love the way you threaten me: Stop objecting to our spam or we'll send you more of it. Well, STOOPID, that's what started this in the first place. You started it, don't complain if other people treat you the way you obviously want to be treated.

And please, send me 20-40 times more spam than I'm getting now. Hopefully, that will raise you in someone's mind from pest to threat, and that someone might be motivated to take a serious look at you assholes and do something about your antisocial and destructive behavior. Hopefully something painful and, ultimately, fatal.

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