Re: [hackers-il] Re: (Signature is 10x longer than actual text,so hackme up by , sharp axes)
- Nadav Har'El wrote:
> On Sat, May 20, 2000, David Tabachnikov (NetHunter) wrote about "Re: [hackers-il] Re: (Signature is 10x longer than actual text,so hack me up by , sharp axes)":
> It also depends which messages you count; Do you count mailing-list messages?
> Second, the amount of spam you get depends on how many spammers have yourI got 2 addresses - and only one in use. (I'm rather sure that if I'll
> address, and how many addresses you have.
check the other one it got loads of spam).
>unless you post to newsgroups often, subscribe to mailing lists, or put yourPost to newsgroups at least once a week, I'm subscribed to 7 mailing
> email on the web, they won't be able to get your address.
lists, 3 of which are rather medium traffic (ie not Linux-devel, but
still higher then 6 messages a day)
> Fourth, because spammers do sell each other address lists, having an "old"Nope, no old address.
> address can mean most spammers have it. I still get spam, once in a while, to
> an address I haven't used for 5 years.
David Tabachnikov (NetHunter)
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