Worst Amazon phishing attempt ever?

 by Martin Belam, 10 February 2008

Over the last couple of months I've found Googlemail's spam filter generating an increasing number of false positives when handling the re-directed mail from @currybet.net, and so I've had to build into my daily routine going through the spam folder.

The main disadvantage, as I pointed out on a Sciencebase post about letting go of your spam folders, is that I've developed a terrible complex about the inadequate size of my p3n|s, and think that the army of Russian girls who want to have 53X with me because they are bored and saw my profile in an internet cafe will inevitably be disappointed.

Occasionally, though, through the glimpse into the misery of human existence that is reading spam, comes a moment of humour, and I had one of those the other day.

Inept Amazon phishing attempt

Yes, Service@Amaozn.com, I'm also concerned about the security of my Amaozn account...

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Add SPF to your domain. Tell it that GMail and your webserver may send Currybet.net mail.

Stuff which passes an SPF check won't end up in the spam bin. Or at least it doesn't for me.

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