Two Down, Thousands to Go . . .
May 19, 2004.
The spammer might hide behind fake email addresses,
but if they're going to try to make money off you, they're going
to have to give you a link to their web page.
So far, in our battle to answer spam with bogus
orders and fictitious loan applications, we're now batting two for
two in posting a particularly obnoxious offender's page and subsequently
seeing that page go down. Let's post a link to disgusting spammer
Flooding the spammer with fake orders is easy
with a little help from SuperKeys!
Try this method for creating a fake loan application that you can
submit repeatedly with just a couple keystrokes:
Click the link to the spammer's page above and
then open up SuperKeys and add a new shortcut. Now click on key
capture for your entry style and then go back to the webbrowser
and begin typing in your fake loan application. Notice that as you
work in the browser, SuperKeys is recording your every keystroke!
Make sure you enter the whole application with
nothing more than your keyboard so SuperKeys can record it all.
Use the TAB key to jump from input box to input box and use the
down arrow to make a choice from the drop down list boxes. When
you've filled in all the fields, make one last TAB to highlight
the SUBMIT button and press enter to give the spammer a little junk
of his own to have to sift through.
UPDATE, MAY 27th: MAKE THAT
THREE FOR THREE IN TAKIN' 'EM DOWN!
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