kae Posted May 13, 2005 Share Posted May 13, 2005 Got this today. It looks like the spammers are putting in bogus http addresses, but linking their images in the SRC attribute. The silly thing about this is that you get a visable ad, but it's a useless ad because the link doen't exist. The only thing that exists is the picture in the SRC statement. I wish there was a way that the parser could find the existing SRC information. <HTML> <HEAD></HEAD> <BODY><DIV><FONTSIZE=2></FONT><STRONG></STRONG> <font></font><FONT></FONT><font></font> <A href="http://qxwauxjcie.org&ytut6l9hapo4tz65ky9%2Eorbletmcagi%2Ecom/"> <FONT SIZE=2></FONT><FONT></FONT><font></font><IMG SRC="cid:yvenurt_qtmzzg_efrqz" border="0" ALT=""></A> </DIV><p><FONT SIZE=1></FONT> <FONT size=1><FONT SIZE=2></FONT> a complaining tone, and they all quarrel so dreadfully one cant<br> <FONT SIZE=1></FONT><FONT></FONT>time I was dressing; and gave me, I was conscious, a sneaking and<BR>first time of what a desolate wilderness that inn stood hidden in;2<FONT SIZE=1></FONT><font></font> </FONT></p> </BODY> </HTML> Of course this could be some spammer using someone else's images. Don't you think they would want to know about it? It's just a thought. Probably a bad one. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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