Go Phish

  • Jake Vinson 2008-11-06 10:05
    jvinson / hunter2
  • Arkamis 2008-11-06 11:03
    College. Whar u go 2 lern... n stuff.

    Seriously, they should have kicked anyone that replied to that email out of school. "Sorry kid, you're too stupid to get a degree. Try going back to fourth grade to learn critical reading skills."
  • Kermos 2008-11-06 11:04
    Looks like he should have used credit card information as an example instead.
  • Joe Butler 2008-11-06 11:10
    Clearly, not everyone knows what 'phishing' means.
  • snoofle 2008-11-06 11:13

    T.erminator / UwillBmine - @cyberdine.com
  • captain obvious 2008-11-06 11:14
    whoever did that should get expelled from school for being way too stupid.
  • Chris 2008-11-06 11:14
    Kermos:
    Looks like he should have used credit card information as an example instead.


    Greetings Cardholder,

    Please post all account information including number, exp date, mother's maiden name to this and any other forum to which you may post.

    Also, send that information out in a mass email to everyone you know, post it on facebook, myspace, etc., and spray paint the information on a building near your home.

    If you do not comply, we will ruin your credit and close your account with us.

    Thanks a bunch,
    Your Credit Card Company
  • jpers36 2008-11-06 11:14
    ATTENTION: DAILY WTF SUBSCRIBER:

    This comment is to inform all our {DAILY WTF} users that we will be upgrading our site in a couple of days from now. So you as a Subscriber of our site you are required to post your WTF account details so as to enable us know if you are still making use of our comment box.
    Further informed that we will be deleting all WTF account that is not functioning so as to create more space for new user. so you are to send us your WTF account details which are as follows:

    *User name:
    *Password:

    Failure to do this will immediately render your WTF account deactivated from our database.

    Your response should be post in the following comments.
  • Adriano 2008-11-06 11:15
    Reminds me of "The Derek Zoolander Center For Kids Who Can't Read Good And Who Wanna Learn To Do Other Stuff Good Too". The principal must have wanted to cry, I'd bet.
  • JackD 2008-11-06 11:17
    To all those that suggest the students get kicked out.. why would the school do that? If they stay in they fail a lot, have to retake classes, and thus the school gets more tuition money from stupid students than smart ones.
  • Florian Junker 2008-11-06 11:18
    This is just depressing. How do these people manage to stay alive?
  • DaStoned 2008-11-06 11:18
    When I read a formal and unnecessarily complex e-mail, my brain simply rejects it. I just skim over it.

    Important messages should be short and simple.
  • dave 2008-11-06 11:25
    *User name: dave
    *Password: PaS5w0rd

    (well hey, atleast it contains letters/uppercase and numbers)
  • JD 2008-11-06 11:26
    "Phishing" goes back decades through the mediums of telephone, fax and written letter but there is a single universal truth that is as relevant today as it ever was: you have nothing to fear unless you are a complete and utter moron who is happy to give your personal information to a complete stranger for the simple reason that they ask you nicely for it. Sometimes I find it hard to believe just how many people fall into this category.
  • SomeCoder 2008-11-06 11:26
    pskroob / 12345
  • PIercy 2008-11-06 11:26
    Florian Junker:
    This is just depressing. How do these people manage to stay alive?


    i agree however saying there is no correlation between regular users and irregular users is rubbbish.

    I reckon a person who uses a pc 5 times a week while at work is more likely to spot a phishing site. than my gran who occasionally checks her emails and plays solitaire...


  • Yep 2008-11-06 11:29
    From: Anon Y. Mous, ASP.
    To: Everyone
    Priority: High
    Subject: Comment Trolling Warning

    We have noticed an increase in trolling attempts, similar to the message below. TDWTF will never request that you shout angrily in words at the previous poster. You should not feed the troll with any useful information like facts, logical arguments or your personal opinion through comments.

    Here is an example of a recent trolling attempt:

    -------------------------------------------
    Subject: Re: Serious Fricken Bureaucracy

    Re: Serious Fricken Bureaucracy

    I pretty much function as technical support for my
    team, setting up things like start menu shortcuts and
    icons. I have even written some useful programs that I
    gave to the corporate support group. You get better
    response from them if they know they owe you for giving
    them free programs.

    I have heard NO complaints from them, so I am very
    pleased with a rate of zero defects. Every time I ask
    my friend in tech support how they are working out, he
    gets a big smile and says they are working perfectly.

    Here are some examples of programs I have written for
    our technical support group:

    ud.exe - this goes up a directory, so instead of typing
    "cd.." you can simply type "ud"

    ud2.exe - this goes up TWO directories at once, so it
    is like doing ud twice.

    ud3.exe - this goes up THREE directories at once (you
    get the picture by now I hope).

    mkdirrandom.exe - makes a new directory with a random
    name, using a random number generator I wrote (I
    adapted the code someone posted on this site).

    regall.exe - this recursively searches your hard drive
    for all DLLs and runs regsvr32.exe on each one so
    everything will work again if a DLL registration
    gets messed up.

    backupall.exe - this backs up all exes, dlls, ocxs, and
    tmp files in case you need to restore your
    computer. It puts them in a folder called
    C:\backupall.

    (end of trolling example)
    -------------------------------------------

    Other trolling attempts include comments that appear to have been posted by site admins such as Alex Papadimoulis or Jake Vinson. Your site admins will never participate in comment discussions or provide you with material that you would want to flame them for. The only valid comments will be Featured.

    When you receive these types of comments, you should ignore them and not respond. It is also a good practice to avoid clicking on any links in suspicious TDWTF comments.

    If you feel you have been a victim of a trolling scheme regarding a TDWTF article, please contact a site admin so that they can take drastic action against witty and rueful trolls.

    Thank you,

    Anon Y. Mous, ASP.
    Chief Sarcasm Officer
  • <out of memory> 2008-11-06 11:30
    SomeCoder:
    pskroob / 12345


    Hey, that's my luggage combination!

    Captcha: Causa as in Causa belli. This means war!
  • Anon 2008-11-06 11:33
    Sadly, Auburn isn't the only place to have suffered this.

    The .edu I work at had the exact same thing happen. People replied to a message we sent with the subject "ATTN: Email scam" that also happened to include a sample phish with usernames and passwords.
    One person contacted the helpdesk because they weren't sure which password they should respond with.

    For bonus face-palming fun, it wasn't just students, but academics too.
  • bsaksida 2008-11-06 11:36
    I got link to one of banks through email, and noticed it had psihing, i was curious and contiune.

    I filled some fields.

    Credit Card number: Keep Dreaming
    Securits number: TrippleX
    Email: www.microsoft.com

    And other information, i filled it as it could stand out as a fake. The one didint even check, it only said thank you for your cooperation.

    Second time i got to paypal, through some kind of proxy. Didn't even touch it
  • Anon 2008-11-06 11:37
    Let me try that again:

    People replied with usernames and passwords to a message we sent with the subject "ATTN: Email scam" that also happened to include a sample phish .
  • Vollhorst 2008-11-06 11:40
    You shouldn't blade those people. That was a automatically generated email that is sent to everyone who sends a message containing something like "password", "mail", "username", "viagra" ...

    Saves a lot of time that can be used to drink some booze.
  • Steve H 2008-11-06 11:41
    DaStoned:
    When I read a formal and unnecessarily complex e-mail, my brain simply rejects it. I just skim over it.

    Important messages should be short and simple.


    Seconded. That's just how people read these things. The real idiot is the guy who sent the email, and didn't see it coming, not the students.





    (Having said that, if you've ever proof-read an American college student's work, man they're hopeless. The state of education in that country is terrifying).
  • kelly 2008-11-06 11:44
    Ha! The jokes on you! My credit is already ruined!

    BWAHAHAHA!
  • Ozz 2008-11-06 11:45
    Give a man a fish, and he will eat for a day.
    But, teach a man to phish...
  • kennytm 2008-11-06 11:47
    Yep:
    From: Anon Y. Mous, ASP.
    To: Everyone
    Priority: High
    Subject: Comment Trolling Warning

    We have noticed an increase in trolling attempts, similar to the message below. TDWTF will never request that you shout angrily in words at the previous poster. You should not feed the troll with any useful information like facts, logical arguments or your personal opinion through comments.

    Here is an example of a recent trolling attempt:

    -------------------------------------------
    Subject: Re: Serious Fricken Bureaucracy

    Re: Serious Fricken Bureaucracy

    I pretty much function as technical support for my
    team, setting up things like start menu shortcuts and
    icons. I have even written some useful programs that I
    gave to the corporate support group. You get better
    response from them if they know they owe you for giving
    them free programs.

    I have heard NO complaints from them, so I am very
    pleased with a rate of zero defects. Every time I ask
    my friend in tech support how they are working out, he
    gets a big smile and says they are working perfectly.

    Here are some examples of programs I have written for
    our technical support group:

    ud.exe - this goes up a directory, so instead of typing
    "cd.." you can simply type "ud"

    ud2.exe - this goes up TWO directories at once, so it
    is like doing ud twice.

    ud3.exe - this goes up THREE directories at once (you
    get the picture by now I hope).

    mkdirrandom.exe - makes a new directory with a random
    name, using a random number generator I wrote (I
    adapted the code someone posted on this site).

    regall.exe - this recursively searches your hard drive
    for all DLLs and runs regsvr32.exe on each one so
    everything will work again if a DLL registration
    gets messed up.

    backupall.exe - this backs up all exes, dlls, ocxs, and
    tmp files in case you need to restore your
    computer. It puts them in a folder called
    C:\backupall.

    (end of trolling example)
    -------------------------------------------

    Other trolling attempts include comments that appear to have been posted by site admins such as Alex Papadimoulis or Jake Vinson. Your site admins will never participate in comment discussions or provide you with material that you would want to flame them for. The only valid comments will be Featured.

    When you receive these types of comments, you should ignore them and not respond. It is also a good practice to avoid clicking on any links in suspicious TDWTF comments.

    If you feel you have been a victim of a trolling scheme regarding a TDWTF article, please contact a site admin so that they can take drastic action against witty and rueful trolls.

    Thank you,

    Anon Y. Mous, ASP.
    Chief Sarcasm Officer


    ok, you are a retard because: <drum roll>
    
    1) cd ..
    2) cd ..\..
    3) cd ..\..\..
    4) mkdir wqeipjfwvoefi
    5) that's not very a good idea.
    6) 'system restore'

    "he gets a big smile and says they are working perfectly"=="nod and smile at the retard"
  • rd 2008-11-06 11:49
    Yep:
    From: Anon Y. Mous, ASP.
    To: Everyone
    Priority: High
    Subject: Comment Trolling Warning

    We have noticed an increase in trolling attempts, similar to the message below. TDWTF will never request that you shout angrily in words at the previous poster. You should not feed the troll with any useful information like facts, logical arguments or your personal opinion through comments.

    Here is an example of a recent trolling attempt:

    -------------------------------------------
    Subject: Re: Serious Fricken Bureaucracy

    Re: Serious Fricken Bureaucracy

    I pretty much function as technical support for my
    team, setting up things like start menu shortcuts and
    icons. I have even written some useful programs that I
    gave to the corporate support group. You get better
    response from them if they know they owe you for giving
    them free programs.

    I have heard NO complaints from them, so I am very
    pleased with a rate of zero defects. Every time I ask
    my friend in tech support how they are working out, he
    gets a big smile and says they are working perfectly.

    Here are some examples of programs I have written for
    our technical support group:

    ud.exe - this goes up a directory, so instead of typing
    "cd.." you can simply type "ud"

    ud2.exe - this goes up TWO directories at once, so it
    is like doing ud twice.

    ud3.exe - this goes up THREE directories at once (you
    get the picture by now I hope).

    mkdirrandom.exe - makes a new directory with a random
    name, using a random number generator I wrote (I
    adapted the code someone posted on this site).

    regall.exe - this recursively searches your hard drive
    for all DLLs and runs regsvr32.exe on each one so
    everything will work again if a DLL registration
    gets messed up.

    backupall.exe - this backs up all exes, dlls, ocxs, and
    tmp files in case you need to restore your
    computer. It puts them in a folder called
    C:\backupall.

    (end of trolling example)
    -------------------------------------------

    Other trolling attempts include comments that appear to have been posted by site admins such as Alex Papadimoulis or Jake Vinson. Your site admins will never participate in comment discussions or provide you with material that you would want to flame them for. The only valid comments will be Featured.

    When you receive these types of comments, you should ignore them and not respond. It is also a good practice to avoid clicking on any links in suspicious TDWTF comments.

    If you feel you have been a victim of a trolling scheme regarding a TDWTF article, please contact a site admin so that they can take drastic action against witty and rueful trolls.

    Thank you,

    Anon Y. Mous, ASP.
    Chief Sarcasm Officer

    Two questions: how do I include the entire text of a long post in my short reply and how do I go up four directories?
  • mauhiz 2008-11-06 11:49
    We could use phishing handling reactions from students as a standard to rank universities.

    Btw, my captcha is ******** (it may show as stars for you, because this is my own private captcha word. But to me it reads as ********).
  • Neo 2008-11-06 11:51
    User ID: CollegeDude
    Password: Ir1$hWereDrunk!
  • SQLDave 2008-11-06 11:53
    Kermos:
    Looks like he should have used credit card information as an example instead.


    FTW
  • Mike 2008-11-06 11:53
    Amazing! haha nice
  • rumpelstiltskin 2008-11-06 11:53
    PIercy:
    Florian Junker:
    This is just depressing. How do these people manage to stay alive?


    i agree however saying there is no correlation between regular users and irregular users is rubbbish.

    I reckon a person who uses a pc 5 times a week while at work is more likely to spot a phishing site. than my gran who occasionally checks her emails and plays solitaire...




    Well heck, as long as you can reckon the results, there's no point in people doing studies anymore. We should just stop funding all of them, and give you the money for the answers instead.
  • Chris 2008-11-06 11:54
    The ability to detect scams has a lot less to do with experience than it does raw intelligence. The intelligent person sees something out of the ordinary and asks the question, "What is going on here? Is this is a phishing attack?" Not much experience is require to be able to know that something is amiss. The stupid person, even with all the phishing training in the world, can't "spot" a place where someone is outsmarting them. You can't teach someone to not be outsmarted.

    That being said, someone who has used a computer for years and works as a web developer is a lot less likely to fall victim to something like this than my grandma is.
  • Code Dependent 2008-11-06 11:55
    There was something phishy about that email.
  • Asiago Chow 2008-11-06 11:55
    College student == wiseass.

    Reply to that email w/ user id and password (not necessarily valid or yours) == wiseass.

    Unless Jeff validated that the user IDs and passwords were in fact correct for those students it's safe to assume they were yanking his chain.

    Maybe Jeff isn't the brightest bulb on the tree and didn't see the joke.
  • Vincent Curry 2008-11-06 11:57
    However, the occasional user may well be far more cautious, and check things more carefully.
  • Helix 2008-11-06 11:58
    I bet 100GBP that most of the students who replied with there apparent username and password did so as a joke....


    i would have
  • root 2008-11-06 12:04
    12345
  • Anj 2008-11-06 12:04
    Okay, I know every University would have a handful of pepole who would do the exact same thing... but I can't help but smirk at the fact that's it's AUBURN (albeit a branch school).

    But then, I am certainly biased. Roll Tide.
  • Miquel Fire 2008-11-06 12:07
    I saw messages like that at my place of work (which is a university) and the trigger for me is the webmail team signature they used. Also, we don't call it username anyway.
  • MrsPost 2008-11-06 12:08
    This is sadly common. I swear if you sent out an e-mail that said:

    Do NOT send us this information:

    * User name
    * Password

    you would get any number of responses.

    People don't read the e-mail. They scan it, see that there is a list of values to be provided, and send them. They don't read the text of the message. Especially if it's a dense block of text prior to the tidy little list.
  • Ty 2008-11-06 12:12
    The better way is to actually request their information and then revoke their systems access for 1 day. When they call us, you say

    "We phished your login information, which will now be change and re-issued to you in a card. We will periodically send you this request, and if you respond, we will revoke your systems access for 1-3 days, depending on when we feel like bringing it back up and when we do we'll issue you a new login and pass. This is for your own saftey and to teach you NEVER to give out your login and password, especially to us!"
  • postmast3r 2008-11-06 12:17
    At the large .edu where I'm a postmaster, we found that almost none of the students or faculty who responded sent a fake password - they sent their real one. (Some did send choice comments for the phishers though). We also learned, as did the author of the warning message, that the term "phishing" means nothing at all to people who don't already know what the term means. Since these are the people we're trying to teach, we had to change our messages to use terms like "criminal". Sending a message with a Subject: line of "watch out for phishing" means as much to the people vulnerable to these scams as a Subject: line of "watch out for bilgevortexers", ie nothing.
  • Larry 2008-11-06 12:19
    At our university, a department head emailed his department saying that he's sure that none of his people would be dumb enough to respond to any email with their username and passwords.

    3 people replied with their username and password to that email.
  • Captain Obvious 2008-11-06 12:20
    kennytm:
    Yep:
    From: Anon Y. Mous, ASP.
    To: Everyone
    Priority: High
    Subject: Comment Trolling Warning

    We have noticed an increase in trolling attempts, similar to the message below. TDWTF will never request that you shout angrily in words at the previous poster. You should not feed the troll with any useful information like facts, logical arguments or your personal opinion through comments.

    Here is an example of a recent trolling attempt:

    -------------------------------------------
    Subject: Re: Serious Fricken Bureaucracy

    Re: Serious Fricken Bureaucracy

    I pretty much function as technical support for my
    team, setting up things like start menu shortcuts and
    icons. I have even written some useful programs that I
    gave to the corporate support group. You get better
    response from them if they know they owe you for giving
    them free programs.

    I have heard NO complaints from them, so I am very
    pleased with a rate of zero defects. Every time I ask
    my friend in tech support how they are working out, he
    gets a big smile and says they are working perfectly.

    Here are some examples of programs I have written for
    our technical support group:

    ud.exe - this goes up a directory, so instead of typing
    "cd.." you can simply type "ud"

    ud2.exe - this goes up TWO directories at once, so it
    is like doing ud twice.

    ud3.exe - this goes up THREE directories at once (you
    get the picture by now I hope).

    mkdirrandom.exe - makes a new directory with a random
    name, using a random number generator I wrote (I
    adapted the code someone posted on this site).

    regall.exe - this recursively searches your hard drive
    for all DLLs and runs regsvr32.exe on each one so
    everything will work again if a DLL registration
    gets messed up.

    backupall.exe - this backs up all exes, dlls, ocxs, and
    tmp files in case you need to restore your
    computer. It puts them in a folder called
    C:\backupall.

    (end of trolling example)
    -------------------------------------------

    Other trolling attempts include comments that appear to have been posted by site admins such as Alex Papadimoulis or Jake Vinson. Your site admins will never participate in comment discussions or provide you with material that you would want to flame them for. The only valid comments will be Featured.

    When you receive these types of comments, you should ignore them and not respond. It is also a good practice to avoid clicking on any links in suspicious TDWTF comments.

    If you feel you have been a victim of a trolling scheme regarding a TDWTF article, please contact a site admin so that they can take drastic action against witty and rueful trolls.

    Thank you,

    Anon Y. Mous, ASP.
    Chief Sarcasm Officer


    ok, you are a retard 

    He's not a retard, he's the Chief Sarcasm Officer. A position that people like you make clear is still terribly necessary.
  • Smash King 2008-11-06 12:20
    When I was in Uni, we often shared information through a mailgroup (but it was mostly jokes, of course). Someday one of my classmates sent us a warning about how the jdbgmgr.exe virus was actually a hoax, and it contained a copy of the email that lots of people were falling for. If you don't remember or you never got that email, it says where to search for the "virus" and states that an infected file's icon would be a teddybear.

    A few hours later we received a response from another classmate : "Why, thank you Sabrina. Guess what, my computer was infected too."
    /facepalm
  • Evan 2008-11-06 12:22
    Ha- when I was in college we had a class-wide, opt-out mailing list that was mostly used for events, people selling stuff, random nonsense, etc. Someone sent out a really obviously fake joke phishing email to the list- about a half dozen people hit reply-all and sent their username/password to a couple thousand people.
  • Thunder 2008-11-06 12:23
    Miquel Fire:
    I saw messages like that at my place of work (which is a university) and the trigger for me is the webmail team signature they used. Also, we don't call it username anyway.

    So you're saying if they change the wording of their email, then you'll respond? Nice...
  • Glow-in-the-dark 2008-11-06 12:31
    bsaksida:
    I got link to one of banks through email, and noticed it had psihing, i was curious and contiune.

    I filled some fields.

    Credit Card number: Keep Dreaming
    Securits number: TrippleX
    Email: www.microsoft.com

    And other information, i filled it as it could stand out as a fake. The one didint even check, it only said thank you for your cooperation.

    Second time i got to paypal, through some kind of proxy. Didn't even touch it


    Probably not that smart. You clicked for that probably on a weblink, which could have identified the specific email that was sent to you - thus confirming that email as live, active, and used by a usesr who clicks on things. Expect more spam soon..
  • curtmack 2008-11-06 12:32
    I don't know why, but my college gets phished once every few weeks or so. The mailserver is pretty good at detecting mass spam attacks and (here's the evil part) stops acknowledging e-mail sent from that sender. This means that the would-be spammers get inundated with Postmaster errors from their own messages. Instant karma.
  • NakedJaybird 2008-11-06 12:46
    Out Of Office AutoReply

    Username: EfficientGuy
    Password: %5suvDSX
  • WhiskeyJack 2008-11-06 12:48
    I always liked to submit the forms with data that looked very plausible, but was made up. It's fairly easy to spoof a valid-looking credit card number. Might as well decrease the scammer's signal-to-noise ratio.
  • Anon 2008-11-06 12:53
    rd:
    how do I go up four directories?


    Duh! You just use ud2.exe twice!
  • ambrosen 2008-11-06 12:54
    DaStoned:
    When I read a formal and unnecessarily complex e-mail, my brain simply rejects it. I just skim over it.

    Important messages should be short and simple.


    -1 for honesty. Really you should claim everyone else does this and that you're immmune. OK, I admit it, I do that, too.
  • Technical Thug 2008-11-06 12:54
    curtmack:
    I don't know why, but my college gets phished once every few weeks or so. The mailserver is pretty good at detecting mass spam attacks and (here's the evil part) stops acknowledging e-mail sent from that sender. This means that the would-be spammersthe people whose addresses they impresonated get inundated with Postmaster errors from their own messages. Instant karma.


    FIFY.
  • IV 2008-11-06 12:58
    JackD:
    To all those that suggest the students get kicked out.. why would the school do that? If they stay in they fail a lot, have to retake classes, and thus the school gets more tuition money from stupid students than smart ones.


    But if those people graduate, it reflects the quality of the school, making a degree from that school less prestigious. Which means they won't be able to charge as much for tuition (in theory), and admittance levels are probably capped.

    I do sometimes put information in phishing websites, but never any real information. It amuses me that the scammers will have to filter out what I put in and waste some of their time.
  • THM 2008-11-06 12:59
    I work in tech support/computer repair for a relatively prestigious business school. My boss sent out an email similar to the one described above.

    Big

    Mistake

    In the aftermath of the debacle this became, we determined that well over 2.5% of the student body (as well as a decent portion of the faculty) didn't read the email at all; they just sent in their username and password.

    These are the people who are going to be running corporate America in ~20 years, and they are largely computer illiterate (not to mention plain old normal illiterate, and mostly innumerate as well).
  • Bob 2008-11-06 13:06
    root:
    12345


    1 2 3 4 5? That's amazing! I've got the same combination on my luggage!
  • Responder 2008-11-06 13:08
    jpers36:
    ATTENTION: DAILY WTF SUBSCRIBER:

    This comment is to inform all our {DAILY WTF} users that we will be upgrading our site in a couple of days from now. So you as a Subscriber of our site you are required to post your WTF account details so as to enable us know if you are still making use of our comment box.
    Further informed that we will be deleting all WTF account that is not functioning so as to create more space for new user. so you are to send us your WTF account details which are as follows:

    *User name:
    *Password:

    Username: Responder
    Password: [blank- Unregistered]
  • A Nonny Mouse 2008-11-06 13:10
    Jake Vinson:
    jvinson / *******

    i don't get it
  • Dirk Diggler 2008-11-06 13:14
    Yep:
    From: Anon Y. Mous, ASP.
    To: Everyone
    Priority: High
    Subject: Comment Trolling Warning

    We have noticed an increase in trolling attempts, similar to the message below. TDWTF will never request that you shout angrily in words at the previous poster. You should not feed the troll with any useful information like facts, logical arguments or your personal opinion through comments.

    Here is an example of a recent trolling attempt:

    -------------------------------------------
    Subject: Re: Serious Fricken Bureaucracy

    Re: Serious Fricken Bureaucracy

    I pretty much function as technical support for my
    team, setting up things like start menu shortcuts and
    icons. I have even written some useful programs that I
    gave to the corporate support group. You get better
    response from them if they know they owe you for giving
    them free programs.

    I have heard NO complaints from them, so I am very
    pleased with a rate of zero defects. Every time I ask
    my friend in tech support how they are working out, he
    gets a big smile and says they are working perfectly.

    Here are some examples of programs I have written for
    our technical support group:

    ud.exe - this goes up a directory, so instead of typing
    "cd.." you can simply type "ud"

    ud2.exe - this goes up TWO directories at once, so it
    is like doing ud twice.

    ud3.exe - this goes up THREE directories at once (you
    get the picture by now I hope).

    mkdirrandom.exe - makes a new directory with a random
    name, using a random number generator I wrote (I
    adapted the code someone posted on this site).

    regall.exe - this recursively searches your hard drive
    for all DLLs and runs regsvr32.exe on each one so
    everything will work again if a DLL registration
    gets messed up.

    backupall.exe - this backs up all exes, dlls, ocxs, and
    tmp files in case you need to restore your
    computer. It puts them in a folder called
    C:\backupall.

    (end of trolling example)
    -------------------------------------------

    Other trolling attempts include comments that appear to have been posted by site admins such as Alex Papadimoulis or Jake Vinson. Your site admins will never participate in comment discussions or provide you with material that you would want to flame them for. The only valid comments will be Featured.

    When you receive these types of comments, you should ignore them and not respond. It is also a good practice to avoid clicking on any links in suspicious TDWTF comments.

    If you feel you have been a victim of a trolling scheme regarding a TDWTF article, please contact a site admin so that they can take drastic action against witty and rueful trolls.

    Thank you,

    Anon Y. Mous, ASP.
    Chief Sarcasm Officer
    You might want to check that backupall.exe program because if you lose the C drive you won't be able to restore them.
  • amischiefr 2008-11-06 13:17
    JackD:
    To all those that suggest the students get kicked out.. why would the school do that? If they stay in they fail a lot, have to retake classes, and thus the school gets more tuition money from stupid students than smart ones.

    Sir, you have posted the stupidest comment ever! Schools are rated based partially off of their pass/fail rate and average GPA. Something like this only brings down the school's rating.

    Also, as I am sure with this university as well, the one I went to only 7% of their total income was from tuition. The rest came from grants (public and government), and research money. They really don't need that kind of tuition money that badly.
  • mjk340 2008-11-06 13:18
    I had no idea it was this easy. Just quit my job to pursue a career in credit card phishing.
  • Nathan 2008-11-06 13:19
    MrsPost:

    They scan it, see that there is a list of values to be provided, and send them.

    I wish. I get help tickets missing critical information. When I respond with:

    Please provide the following information:
    1. What did you click, in what order?
    2. Setting 1?
    3. Setting 2?
    4. Did you check the box?

    I get something useless like:
    Clicked on the icon, filled out the form. Didn't work, please fix now, really important people are waiting. Why does it take so long to get something fixed? It's really frustrating not to have something you need.
  • Zach Bora 2008-11-06 13:19
    Glow-in-the-dark:
    bsaksida:
    I got link to one of banks through email, and noticed it had psihing, i was curious and contiune.

    I filled some fields.

    Credit Card number: Keep Dreaming
    Securits number: TrippleX
    Email: www.microsoft.com

    And other information, i filled it as it could stand out as a fake. The one didint even check, it only said thank you for your cooperation.

    Second time i got to paypal, through some kind of proxy. Didn't even touch it


    Probably not that smart. You clicked for that probably on a weblink, which could have identified the specific email that was sent to you - thus confirming that email as live, active, and used by a usesr who clicks on things. Expect more spam soon..


    Email containing outside pictures (external href) that you display the pictures will tell them you exist. Receiving and/or Reading the email sometimes sends back to the sender that you read it, depending on mail client.

    captcha : jumentum (reminds me of jumanji)
  • Code Dependent 2008-11-06 13:36
    Nathan:
    I get help tickets missing critical information. When I respond with:

    Please provide the following information:
    1. What did you click, in what order?
    2. Setting 1?
    3. Setting 2?
    4. Did you check the box?

    I get something useless like:
    Clicked on the icon, filled out the form. Didn't work, please fix now, really important people are waiting. Why does it take so long to get something fixed? It's really frustrating not to have something you need.
    Our company intranet used to have a form for reporting a problem with the website, which asked the user for specific details similar to your example. We printed out one of those and kept it mounted on the wall for a long time. In its entirety, it said:

    app is not working
  • Dan 2008-11-06 13:42
    "You can't teach someone to not be outsmarted"

    Sure, but they can learn.

    PS. Captcha = "appellatio" - isn't that a sexual act with fruit?
  • Smash King 2008-11-06 13:49
    Smash King:
    When I was in Uni, we often shared information through a mailgroup (but it was mostly jokes, of course). Someday one of my classmates sent us a warning about how the jdbgmgr.exe virus was actually a hoax, and it contained a copy of the email that lots of people were falling for. If you don't remember or you never got that email, it says where to search for the "virus" and states that an infected file's icon would be a teddybear.

    A few hours later we received a response from another classmate : "Why, thank you Sabrina. Guess what, my computer was infected too."
    /facepalm

    And I forgot to add that the ultimate irony would be having someone skimming over this comment go check whether they're infected too.
  • Technical Thug 2008-11-06 13:50
    Code Dependent:
    Our company intranet used to have a form for reporting a problem with the website, which asked the user for specific details similar to your example. We printed out one of those and kept it mounted on the wall for a long time. In its entirety, it said:

    app is not working


    How about "INSTALLER DOES NOT WORK."

    (Hint: the installer worked perfectly. The app even launched when he clicked on it.)
  • jeremypnet 2008-11-06 13:53
    HELLO, MY NAME IS JEREMYP.

    I AM BIG PRODUCER OF FRESSH SALMON IN RUSSIA. I HAVE LOTS OF FISHES AT V. LOW PRICES. IF YOU WISH TAKE ADVANAGE OF REALLY GOOD DEAL, PLZ SEND CREDIT CARD DETAILS 2 JEREMYPNET@FISHRUS123.RU

    YOU WILL NOT BE DISSAPPONTED WITH MY PHISH
  • Bappi 2008-11-06 13:53
    Evan:
    Ha- when I was in college we had a class-wide, opt-out mailing list that was mostly used for events, people selling stuff, random nonsense, etc. Someone sent out a really obviously fake joke phishing email to the list- about a half dozen people hit reply-all and sent their username/password to a couple thousand people.

    A class-wide mailing list with a couple of thousand people on it?

    Wow. And I was impressed when my freshman class at the university had over 600 people.
  • Zylon 2008-11-06 13:54
    Is it really any surprise that average users fall for this stuff, when so many of the supposedly computer-literate users on this very site are too stupid to trim gigantic posts when quoting them?
  • Yanman 2008-11-06 13:57
    You see, that's why the American schooling system fails. It promotes stupidity.

    Belgium gives money to each student, who decides which school he/she wants to go to. If you're a bad school, you won't attract many students, and you'll go bankrupt. There is a limit on the amount of funding a student gets ( doing the same year 5 times is worthy of gene pool removal IMO), so schools are extra motivated to get good results.
  • Rob F 2008-11-06 14:04
    curtmack:
    I don't know why, but my college gets phished once every few weeks or so. The mailserver is pretty good at detecting mass spam attacks and (here's the evil part) stops acknowledging e-mail sent from that sender. This means that the would-be spammers get inundated with Postmaster errors from their own messages. Instant karma.


    Yes I wish that was the way the world worked.

    Unfortunately, valid spoofed e-mail addresses mean that unsuspecting people suddenly encounter thousands of postmaster errors in what has been named backscatter and the original spammer doesn't receive any kind of comeuppance. It is manifested by poorly set up mail systems that obsessively send auto-response messages without even verifying if the original e-mail address was bona-fide.
  • SQLDave 2008-11-06 14:06
    Administrator
    default
  • parris 2008-11-06 14:11
    Sadly, I knew exactly what the second email was going to say, before reading it.
  • Ryuzaki 2008-11-06 14:25
    Same thing happened at my school. Worst part is it's an engineering school......talk about a major facepalm.
  • Vechni 2008-11-06 14:30
    Username: Vechni
    Password: papabear1
  • Schmitter 2008-11-06 14:32
    Yep, no child left behind. Most awesomest idea ever. Instead of a couple smart ones and some really dumb ones, now we get all dumb ones.
  • Mike 2008-11-06 14:34
    I once had someone send me scans of her driver's license and social security card. I had never had contact with this person before.
  • MrsPost 2008-11-06 14:36
    Nathan:
    MrsPost:

    They scan it, see that there is a list of values to be provided, and send them.

    I wish. I get help tickets missing critical information. When I respond with:

    Please provide the following information:
    1. What did you click, in what order?
    2. Setting 1?
    3. Setting 2?
    4. Did you check the box?

    I get something useless like:
    Clicked on the icon, filled out the form. Didn't work, please fix now, really important people are waiting. Why does it take so long to get something fixed? It's really frustrating not to have something you need.


    Sorry. That should have read:

    "They scan it, see that there is a list of values to be provided, and send them. Unless it's a list of things they're actually supposed to send. In that circumstance they seem to randomly smash their foreheads on the keyboard a few times and send that. Then immediately send an e-mail to your boss that you're completely unresponsive to their company-wide issue of not being able to run the elf bowling program."
  • Survey User 2338 2008-11-06 14:52
    Ozz:
    Give a man a fish, and he will eat for a day.
    But, teach a man to phish...


    Dead Brillant!
  • pbean 2008-11-06 14:55
    PIercy:
    Florian Junker:
    This is just depressing. How do these people manage to stay alive?


    i agree however saying there is no correlation between regular users and irregular users is rubbbish.

    I reckon a person who uses a pc 5 times a week while at work is more likely to spot a phishing site. than my gran who occasionally checks her emails and plays solitaire...




    However you fail to realise that the person using a PC 5 times a week might be used to clicking all sorts of pop-ups away (like invalid certificate boxes) while someone who just got on the 'net/got a PC might pay more attention to these kinds of notices.

    However, I'm sure the people researching this stuff are a lot smarter and have thought it through a lot more than the 1 minute you and I spent thinking about writing this comment.
  • Paula 2008-11-06 14:58
    paula@auburn.edu
    Br1ll3nt-B1tches
  • draeath 2008-11-06 15:09
    MrsPost:


    Sorry. That should have read:

    "They scan it, see that there is a list of values to be provided, and send them. Unless it's a list of things they're actually supposed to send. In that circumstance they seem to randomly smash their foreheads on the keyboard a few times and send that. Then immediately send an e-mail to your boss that you're completely unresponsive to their company-wide issue of not being able to run the elf bowling program."


    YES!
  • Azeroth 2008-11-06 15:20
    Actually, when you post your password here (mine is *******), it gets replaced by asterixes. It's a cool security feature of this site.
    Try it out now! :)
  • Andy 2008-11-06 15:22
    Wow, I hope they didn't reply to the entire mailing list.
  • tbrown 2008-11-06 15:22
    kennytm:
    Yep:
    From: Anon Y. Mous, ASP.
    To: Everyone
    Priority: High
    Subject: Comment Trolling Warning

    We have noticed an increase in trolling attempts, similar to the message below. TDWTF will never request that you shout angrily in words at the previous poster. You should not feed the troll with any useful information like facts, logical arguments or your personal opinion through comments.

    Here is an example of a recent trolling attempt:

    (Omitted for sake of brevity)

    Other trolling attempts include comments that appear to have been posted by site admins such as Alex Papadimoulis or Jake Vinson. Your site admins will never participate in comment discussions or provide you with material that you would want to flame them for. The only valid comments will be Featured.

    When you receive these types of comments, you should ignore them and not respond. It is also a good practice to avoid clicking on any links in suspicious TDWTF comments.

    If you feel you have been a victim of a trolling scheme regarding a TDWTF article, please contact a site admin so that they can take drastic action against witty and rueful trolls.

    Thank you,

    Anon Y. Mous, ASP.
    Chief Sarcasm Officer


    ok, you are a retard because: <drum roll>
    
    1) cd ..
    2) cd ..\..
    3) cd ..\..\..
    4) mkdir wqeipjfwvoefi
    5) that's not very a good idea.
    6) 'system restore'

    "he gets a big smile and says they are working perfectly"=="nod and smile at the retard"


    Holy carp, man! Not only did you appear to take that totally seriously despite the "Chief Sarcasm Officer" title and the obvious spoof of the WTF itself, but you totally failed to recognize the old "T o p C 0 d e r" post!!

    /me smiling and nodding at kennytm
  • Bappi 2008-11-06 15:27
    tbrown:

    Holy carp, man! Not only did you appear to take that totally seriously despite the "Chief Sarcasm Officer" title and the obvious spoof of the WTF itself, but you totally failed to recognize the old "T o p C 0 d e r" post!!

    /me smiling and nodding at kennytm

    And you... you failed to notice that kennytm cut'n'pasted that reply from the original thread.

    "Nod and smile at the retard," indeed.
  • Bobble 2008-11-06 15:27
    Azeroth:
    Actually, when you post your password here (mine is *******), it gets replaced by asterixes. It's a cool security feature of this site.
    Try it out now! :)


    It didn't work. I don't see the cartoon cats.
  • Sigivald 2008-11-06 15:38
    Steve H:
    (Having said that, if you've ever proof-read an American college student's work, man they're hopeless. The state of education in that country is terrifying).


    In my experience, Canadians are just as ill-educated at the language and other topics (or not) as Americans, as are Britons.

    With a few culturally-derived exceptions (Japan, maybe Korea, Israel, at least for the Jewish population) I'm not sure the "average" student is especially competent <I>anywhere</i>.

    That's the inevitable result of <I>universal</i> access to college-level education; you get people who couldn't have passed high school in 1920 going for full degrees.
  • Survey User 2338 2008-11-06 15:41
    Azeroth:
    Actually, when you post your password here (mine is *******), it gets replaced by asterixes. It's a cool security feature of this site.
    Try it out now! :)


    You should have posted your entire comment in asterisks
  • Michael 2008-11-06 15:44
    I disagree... the person who uses a pc 5 times a week stopped reading the popup warnings years ago. After a while, you learn that the way to do what you want to do is to click "Ok".

    So I actually think that your gran is more likely to be worried - my mum thinks she has got a virus or been hacked every time she accidentally touches a key combination that does something clever.
  • RandomTask 2008-11-06 15:59
    Username: Michael
    Password: a';DROP TABLE users; SELECT * FROM data WHERE name LIKE '%
  • Harrow 2008-11-06 16:00
    <out of memory>:
    ...Captcha: Causa as in Causa belli. This means war!
    Maybe it's Causa as in Causa pacem.

    See, this is how a wilful misaprehension of critical intelligence can lead to unnecessary war. As if we need more examples.

    -Harrow.
  • Evo 2008-11-06 16:00
    A Nonny Mouse:
    Jake Vinson:
    jvinson / *******

    i don't get it


    See, that's because if you type your real password here, it will get replaced by *'s for everyone but yourself. See: ****************.
  • JamesQMurphy 2008-11-06 16:04
    Vollhorst:
    You shouldn't blade those people. That was a automatically generated email that is sent to everyone who sends a message containing something like "password", "mail", "username", "viagra" ...

    Saves a lot of time that can be used to drink some booze.


    I think they deserve to be bladed, with a nice long katana.
  • dave 2008-11-06 16:23
    rd:

    Two questions: how do I include the entire text of a long post in my short reply and how do I go up four directories?

    1) it appears solved
    2) ud3 & ud

    Did the sender of the email bother verifying that people had GENUINELY sent their email & p/word. Many Uni/College students think (as do people on this site, apparently) that it is FUNNY to reply with a (not necessarily genuine) email and a fake password (although thanks to those of you here who posted the real deal - like the owner of this a ccount I'm posting from....!!)
  • Dan 2008-11-06 16:33
    Technical Thug:
    I don't know why, but my college gets phished once every few weeks or so. The mailserver is pretty good at detecting mass spam attacks and (here's the evil part) stops acknowledging e-mail sent from that sender. This means that the would-be spammers the people whose addresses they impersonated get inundated with Postmaster errors from their own messages. Instant karma.


    FTFFY.
  • ChefJoe 2008-11-06 16:35
    Reminds me of USBank's new "security" feature. They have all sorts of images and a keyphrase. They then made me enter all sorts of questions about hometown but wouldn't allow duplicates.

    "Name of the city/town your father resides in"
    "Name of the city/town your eldest sibling resides in"

    It just so happens that my dad and my only sibling live in the same town - but that's not allowed as a response.
  • Johnno 2008-11-06 16:36
    Mike:
    I once had someone send me scans of her driver's license and social security card. I had never had contact with this person before.


    I can't help notice the "had never...before" - I assume you have kept up the contact since?

    q634$^OPF_djrtt
  • Johnno 2008-11-06 16:36
    Johnno:
    Mike:
    I once had someone send me scans of her driver's license and social security card. I had never had contact with this person before.


    I can't help notice the "had never...before" - I assume you have kept up the contact since?

    q634$^OPF_djrtt


    Hey!!! It doen't work.....
  • Daleo 2008-11-06 16:41
    Username: Daleo125
    Password: 23red123applesZZ
  • EvanED 2008-11-06 16:47
    Ty:
    The better way is to actually request their information and then revoke their systems access for 1 day. When they call us, you say

    "We phished your login information, which will now be change and re-issued to you in a card. We will periodically send you this request, and if you respond, we will revoke your systems access for 1-3 days, depending on when we feel like bringing it back up and when we do we'll issue you a new login and pass. This is for your own saftey and to teach you NEVER to give out your login and password, especially to us!"
    I actually really like this idea.

    A new login is probably way too harsh except for serial offenders, at least if you don't set up email redirection, but otherwise very nice.
  • the amazing null 2008-11-06 16:58
    the university i went to used a really simple system to assign user IDs to students. i was once the TA for a class in the computer science department and pointed out to the kids in my lab section how easy it would be to write a script to just generate potentially valid user IDs and send them ridiculous emails. [it was a security discussion, so the commentary was valid, if a little mean on my part.] shortly thereafter, the spam and strange emails started coming to the student body in waves....

    i would almost feel bad but i was not personally effected: the system for assigning accounts to grad students was different that the undergrad one...
  • Code Dependent 2008-11-06 16:59
    dave:
    ...(although thanks to those of you here who posted the real deal - like the owner of this a ccount I'm posting from....!!)
    So the real deal got you logged in as "dave (unregistered)"?
  • 008 2008-11-06 17:07
    user: 008
    pass: X5O!P%@AP[4\PZX54(P^)7CC)7}$EICAR-STANDARD-ANTIVIRUS-TEST-FILE!$H+H*

    Oh shit, I've been infected with the EICAR.Test virus... Must format my harddrive now...
  • George 2008-11-06 17:22
    Azeroth:
    Actually, when you post your password here (mine is *******), it gets replaced by asterixes. It's a cool security feature of this site.
    Try it out now! :)


    fR3d3r1ck
  • George 2008-11-06 17:23
    George:
    Azeroth:
    Actually, when you post your password here (mine is *******), it gets replaced by asterixes. It's a cool security feature of this site.
    Try it out now! :)


    fR3d3r1ck


    >:-(
  • captcha 2008-11-06 17:29
    jpers36:
    ATTENTION: DAILY WTF SUBSCRIBER:

    This comment is to inform all our {DAILY WTF} users that we will be upgrading our site in a couple of days from now. So you as a Subscriber of our site you are required to post your WTF account details so as to enable us know if you are still making use of our comment box.
    Further informed that we will be deleting all WTF account that is not functioning so as to create more space for new user. so you are to send us your WTF account details which are as follows:

    *User name:
    *Password:

    Failure to do this will immediately render your WTF account deactivated from our database.

    Your response should be post in the following comments.
    captcha/nobis
  • operagost 2008-11-06 17:32
    Azeroth:
    Actually, when you post your password here (mine is *******), it gets replaced by asterixes. It's a cool security feature of this site.
    Try it out now! :)

    I also like bash.org.
  • ysth 2008-11-06 18:10
    Unsurprised. Over the years, I've encountered a number of people who seem to relate to paragraphs of text in what I call "keyword-directed" fashion. From their reactions, I've deduced that they pick random words out of the text until they hit enough "matches" that they can make a vague guess as to what it's about. And unless they mentally flag it as important (based on their random input), they skip the actual reading step.

    With one or two such people, I've had some success with using one simple sentence per paragraph.
  • Phisher1 2008-11-06 18:13
    Vechni:
    Username: Vechni
    Password: papabear1


    It appears that you have changed your password. We need you to repeat the process with your new password so that we can verify your current information.
  • Bob 2008-11-06 18:21
    operagost:
    Azeroth:
    Actually, when you post your password here (mine is *******), it gets replaced by asterixes. It's a cool security feature of this site.
    Try it out now! :)



    What? your password is hunter2, too?
  • RogerC 2008-11-06 20:10
    Chris:
    The ability to detect scams has a lot less to do with experience than it does raw intelligence. The intelligent person sees something out of the ordinary and asks the question, "What is going on here? Is this is a phishing attack?" Not much experience is require to be able to know that something is amiss. The stupid person, even with all the phishing training in the world, can't "spot" a place where someone is outsmarting them. You can't teach someone to not be outsmarted.

    That being said, someone who has used a computer for years and works as a web developer is a lot less likely to fall victim to something like this than my grandma is.

    I believe this can be adequately explained by the theory of Mappers and Packers. For the packer, every new phishing attempt he encounters is one that is probably not on his list, so he doesn't recognize it.
  • Franz_Kafka 2008-11-06 20:15
    Azeroth:
    Actually, when you post your password here (mine is *******), it gets replaced by asterixes. It's a cool security feature of this site.
    Try it out now! :)


    If I ran a site like this, one of the things I'd do was add a filter so that a long string of ***s turned into something vaguely password like, and ***-**-**** generated valid SSNs. Except for the poster, of course.
  • Franz_Kafka 2008-11-06 20:17
    Sigivald:
    Steve H:
    (Having said that, if you've ever proof-read an American college student's work, man they're hopeless. The state of education in that country is terrifying).


    In my experience, Canadians are just as ill-educated at the language and other topics (or not) as Americans, as are Britons.

    With a few culturally-derived exceptions (Japan, maybe Korea, Israel, at least for the Jewish population) I'm not sure the "average" student is especially competent <I>anywhere</i>.

    That's the inevitable result of <I>universal</i> access to college-level education; you get people who couldn't have passed high school in 1920 going for full degrees.


    You just think that because you see the smart asian kids - believe you me, there are a shit-ton of Japanese and Korean morons - someone's got to work fast food for life. You just don't see them because stupid people usually don't have that much money to travel with.
  • Eternal Density 2008-11-06 20:24
    Florian Junker:
    This is just depressing. How do these people manage to stay alive?
    GLaDOS is merciful/amused.
  • Plaid Phantom 2008-11-06 21:58
    Don't be upset. It only shows up to you because it's your password. All we see is "*********".
  • Plaid Phantom 2008-11-06 21:59
    dangit flubbed the quote. Oh well.
  • The Fake WTF 2008-11-06 22:03

    If you do receive an email requesting your credentials, please call the help desk at 244-3500, or forward the email to helpdesk@aum.edu. Do not reply to the message, even if it states that you account will be disabled.


    *clicks forward*
    *reports the warning email to the help desk*
  • ThisGuy 2008-11-06 22:25
    User: ThisGuy
    Passwd: SleptWithYourMom

    If I ever want to quit my job, I'm changing my password to this and calling tech support for assistance on something.
  • Eternal Density 2008-11-07 00:43
    Coincidence time!
    I just received one of these emails from my workplace, though without an example.

    I quickly responded:
    Here is the data as requested:
    username: (censored, but correct in original)
    password: 1!!gniddiK

    Now to see what happens...
  • ffffffffff 2008-11-07 02:20
    Phishing is awesome, I've totally not phished myspace passwords from people at school and reeked havock with their accounts ;)
  • mitschke 2008-11-07 02:51
    *gone phishing*
  • Joe 2008-11-07 03:28
    Yep:


    regall.exe - this recursively searches your hard drive
    for all DLLs and runs regsvr32.exe on each one so
    everything will work again if a DLL registration
    gets messed up.

    backupall.exe - this backs up all exes, dlls, ocxs, and
    tmp files in case you need to restore your
    computer. It puts them in a folder called
    C:\backupall.



    Wow that are some neat tools! Could you send me a copy of regall.exe so I can use that on our domain controller? It's acting kind of flaky lately. Can I get just the compliled executable as I don't know how to use a compiler. Thanks.
  • Junkman 2008-11-07 03:40
    I think I'm getting too old and am not 'down with the kids' these days, what with this and the t0pc0d3r post...

    I can never tell with this site whether it's full of supreme cynically-sarcasmic-reverse-nested-logic or people genuinely use this as a platform to shout 'NO U R RONG AND I R CLEVAR!'

    George - I tried your password but it didn't work - can you please advise of the updated password.

    oh, and I believe it's customary to shout 'Get off my lawn...' Although living in the UK I don't have so much as a lawn, rather a small patch of grass which the cats use more than I do.
  • Scarlet Manuka 2008-11-07 03:55
    One point to keep in mind is that probably a significant fraction of the students to whom the message was sent didn't have good English skills and may have found the message difficult to understand. So they responded to the bit they could decipher...

    This further reinforces the need to keep any sort of warning message short and simple.
  • erisdiscordia 2008-11-07 04:05
    "When I read a formal and unnecessarily complex e-mail, my brain simply rejects it. I just skim over it.

    Important messages should be short and simple."

    This.
  • Bombe 2008-11-07 04:34
    Actually, you should blade these people. And really hard, too.
  • hikari 2008-11-07 04:37
    Why is he apologizing when he should be revoking their network access for being terminally stupid?
  • Bombe 2008-11-07 04:40
    MrsPost:
    […] you would get any number of responses.
    ORLY. That’s like saying “a maximum of 3 are guaranteed”. Wow.
  • hallo.amt 2008-11-07 04:43
    I usually enter some random stuff into their wabpages. In Germany they ask quite often for bank account updates and that you have to give them your PINs and TANs.

    If anyone likes to use mine

    4853

    556846
    658426
    214566

    please ask for more [;)]
  • Gordon 2008-11-07 04:48
    UserId JGordonBrown
    Password GurningImbecile
  • Xeron 2008-11-07 05:16
    Helix:
    I bet 100GBP that most of the students who replied with their apparent username and password did so as a joke....


    ...

    postmast3r:
    At the large .edu where I'm a postmaster, we found that almost none of the students or faculty who responded sent a fake password - they sent their real one.


    You win £100, courtesy of Helix!
  • Xeron 2008-11-07 05:20
    curtmack:
    This means that the would-be spammers get inundated with Postmaster errors from their own messages. Instant karma.


    No they don't. Most spammers use faked "From:" fields which usually means either someone who had nothing to do with it gets your error messages, or nobody does.
  • Brompot 2008-11-07 05:57
    <out of memory>:
    SomeCoder:
    pskroob / 12345


    Hey, that's my luggage combination!

    Captcha: Causa as in Causa belli. This means war!


    Watch out folks, the head space ball is online.
  • ender 2008-11-07 06:23
    Rob F:
    Unfortunately, valid spoofed e-mail addresses mean that unsuspecting people suddenly encounter thousands of postmaster errors in what has been named backscatter and the original spammer doesn't receive any kind of comeuppance. It is manifested by poorly set up mail systems that obsessively send auto-response messages without even verifying if the original e-mail address was bona-fide.
    Actually, since 99% of these e-mails come from infected computers directly, the message is just discarded (worms won't bother relaying the 500 response from your SMTP server to whichever random sender they used).
  • Arancaytar 2008-11-07 07:02
    Hahaha... it's so easy to phish people you can do it even by accident.
  • London Contractor Mart 2008-11-07 07:40
    kennytm:
    Yep:
    From: Anon Y. Mous, ASP.
    To: Everyone
    Priority: High
    Subject: Comment Trolling Warning

    We have noticed an increase in trolling attempts, similar to the message below. TDWTF will never request that you shout angrily in words at the previous poster. You should not feed the troll with any useful information like facts, logical arguments or your personal opinion through comments.

    Here is an example of a recent trolling attempt:

    -------------------------------------------
    Subject: Re: Serious Fricken Bureaucracy

    Re: Serious Fricken Bureaucracy

    I pretty much function as technical support for my
    team, setting up things like start menu shortcuts and
    icons. I have even written some useful programs that I
    gave to the corporate support group. You get better
    response from them if they know they owe you for giving
    them free programs.

    I have heard NO complaints from them, so I am very
    pleased with a rate of zero defects. Every time I ask
    my friend in tech support how they are working out, he
    gets a big smile and says they are working perfectly.

    Here are some examples of programs I have written for
    our technical support group:

    ud.exe - this goes up a directory, so instead of typing
    "cd.." you can simply type "ud"

    ud2.exe - this goes up TWO directories at once, so it
    is like doing ud twice.

    ud3.exe - this goes up THREE directories at once (you
    get the picture by now I hope).

    mkdirrandom.exe - makes a new directory with a random
    name, using a random number generator I wrote (I
    adapted the code someone posted on this site).

    regall.exe - this recursively searches your hard drive
    for all DLLs and runs regsvr32.exe on each one so
    everything will work again if a DLL registration
    gets messed up.

    backupall.exe - this backs up all exes, dlls, ocxs, and
    tmp files in case you need to restore your
    computer. It puts them in a folder called
    C:\backupall.

    (end of trolling example)
    -------------------------------------------

    Other trolling attempts include comments that appear to have been posted by site admins such as Alex Papadimoulis or Jake Vinson. Your site admins will never participate in comment discussions or provide you with material that you would want to flame them for. The only valid comments will be Featured.

    When you receive these types of comments, you should ignore them and not respond. It is also a good practice to avoid clicking on any links in suspicious TDWTF comments.

    If you feel you have been a victim of a trolling scheme regarding a TDWTF article, please contact a site admin so that they can take drastic action against witty and rueful trolls.

    Thank you,

    Anon Y. Mous, ASP.
    Chief Sarcasm Officer


    ok, you are a retard because: <drum roll>
    
    1) cd ..
    2) cd ..\..
    3) cd ..\..\..
    4) mkdir wqeipjfwvoefi
    5) that's not very a good idea.
    6) 'system restore'

    "he gets a big smile and says they are working perfectly"=="nod and smile at the retard"


    Wow! kennytm, I assume this is like a double sarcasm fest?
  • TheRealFoo 2008-11-07 07:45
    opposed. If they don't get the difference between quoted example and instruction in this case, how the hell will they when it comes to their studies?

    Studying implies the ability to read, understand, and differentiate. They prove by their replies that they lack those.
  • Old fart 2008-11-07 08:00
    As an alumnus of the University of Alabama, it doesn't surprise me that this would occur at Auburn. It just adds more fodder for the endless Alabama / Auburn jokes.

    Roll Tide!!!

    P.S. Did you hear the one about the Auburn student staring intently at the frozen orange juice display in the grocery store? "Shhh!", he said. "It says 'Concentrate'!"
  • WTF Forum Offical Post 2008-11-07 08:08
    Attention WTF Forum Posters:

    There's been an outbreak of trolling posts on the forum.

    * Please ensure you don't reply seriously to sarcastic posts, or to sarcastic replies to sarcastic posts.

    * Please be careful when following links from the forum, as you my be Rickrolled or worse
  • KenW 2008-11-07 09:08
    kennytm:

    ok, you are a retard because: <drum roll>



    No, you win that title. Posting a moronic post in response to a quoted comment that was made here as a joke by someone else weeks ago is fail, as is not trimming the quoted material, as there was no need to include it all; a single sentence or paragraph from the post you were responding to would have sufficed.

    Try again sometime, after you've been here long enough to know when you're not an idiot. I'd suspect you'll need to just lurk for quite some time, based on this post.

    kennytm:
    he gets a big smile and says they are working perfectly"=="nod and smile at the retard"


    Smiling and nodding at you now, kennytm. Can you feel it?
  • KenW 2008-11-07 09:11
    rd:
    Two questions: how do I include the entire text of a long post in my short reply and how do I go up four directories?


    Two questions: How can you be so dumb and still remember to breathe, and who held your hand and helped you find your way here? Whoever it is should be shot at sunrise. No, wait! Shoot them now; if we wait until sundown that leaves more time for him to do other damage to the 'net.
  • Steve 2008-11-07 09:20
    KenW:
    rd:
    Two questions: how do I include the entire text of a long post in my short reply and how do I go up four directories?


    Two questions: How can you be so dumb and still remember to breathe, and who held your hand and helped you find your way here? Whoever it is should be shot at sunrise. No, wait! Shoot them now; if we wait until sundown that leaves more time for him to do other damage to the 'net.

    What the fuck is your problem, friend? Didn't your mother ever teach you that if you don't have anything nice to say...
  • Aaron 2008-11-07 09:36
    Steve H:
    DaStoned:
    When I read a formal and unnecessarily complex e-mail, my brain simply rejects it. I just skim over it.

    Important messages should be short and simple.


    Seconded.

    Folks, this is something you might want to work on. I'm just saying, if my brain "simply rejected" anything more than 6 words, I wouldn't be running around trumpeting it.

    I suggest starting with some easy material such as children's books, then move onto PowerPoint presentations and finally a few novels like the Hardy Boys, or even a Harry Potter book. Stick to it for a few months and I'm sure you'll have no trouble reading messages with more than two or three paragraphs.
  • DYMongoose 2008-11-07 09:52
    I can all but guarantee that those usernames/passwords were sent in by any or all of the following:
    A) Sorrority girls
    B) Adult students
    C) International students who might not understand that an example is not part of the message
  • KenW 2008-11-07 09:54
    Dirk Diggler:
    You might want to check that backupall.exe program because if you lose the C drive you won't be able to restore them.


    You might want to check and realize that you're responding to a trollish joke post made here weeks ago that was used here for humor.

    Also, you might want to learn enough about the proper behavior on the internet forums to know that you don't quote 100+ lines of text to add a single line comment, unless you're a total moron.

    Thanks for playing the "Am I Smarter Than An Internet Troll?", hosted by Alex P. and Jake V. Now, face the camera and tell the world, "No, I am NOT smarter than an internet troll."
  • KenW 2008-11-07 10:01
    Yanman:
    You see, that's why the American schooling system fails. It promotes stupidity.

    Belgium gives money to each student, who decides which school he/she wants to go to. If you're a bad school, you won't attract many students, and you'll go bankrupt. There is a limit on the amount of funding a student gets ( doing the same year 5 times is worthy of gene pool removal IMO), so schools are extra motivated to get good results.


    You see, that's why the Belgium schooling system fails. It doesn't teach it's students not to make moronically stupid statements in public forums about things they know absolutely nothing about.

    If you did, you'd be aware that every US college student has his/her choice of many schools to attend, and Federal and State loans and grants to help pay for them. Those grants, BTW, are the same as the Belgium gift of monies to attend school you mention.

    Please refrain from showing the low quality education you received in public in the future; you're embarrassing other Belgian people who actually paid attention in class.
  • Technical Thug 2008-11-07 10:11
    ender:
    Rob F:
    Unfortunately, valid spoofed e-mail addresses mean that unsuspecting people suddenly encounter thousands of postmaster errors in what has been named backscatter and the original spammer doesn't receive any kind of comeuppance. It is manifested by poorly set up mail systems that obsessively send auto-response messages without even verifying if the original e-mail address was bona-fide.
    Actually, since 99% of these e-mails come from infected computers directly, the message is just discarded (worms won't bother relaying the 500 response from your SMTP server to whichever random sender they used).
    You're making way too many assumptions. And I know they are wrong, because I've seen people's mailboxes get crushed under a pile of NDR and bounce messages for stuff they never sent.

    If your mail server bounces mails back to senders, you lose at Internet.
  • KenW 2008-11-07 10:43
    Steve:
    What the fuck is your problem, friend? Didn't your mother ever teach you that if you don't have anything nice to say...


    Apparently yours didn't educate you well at all, if you feel the need to rant profanely for no reason.

    I don't have a problem, other than total morons wasting my time. Thanks for joining them.
  • John Hardin 2008-11-07 11:10
    JD:
    ... you have nothing to fear unless you are a complete and utter moron who is happy to give your personal information to a complete stranger for the simple reason that they ask you nicely for it.
    Just like the lottery, phishing is a stupidity tax.

    +1 on the opinion that those students who responded to the original email with their account credentials should have been expelled for not having the minimum reading skills a University student should possess. If you make stupidity painless, you only encourage it.
  • Virtually Brillant 2008-11-07 11:41
    Azeroth:
    Actually, when you post your password here (mine is *******), it gets replaced by asterixes.


    That's so Gauling.
  • IT Girl 2008-11-07 12:16
    That's exactly what I tell anyone who threatens to ruin my credit. Especially the debt collectors. I mean what makes them think my credit is any good if they're calling me anyway?
  • IT Girl 2008-11-07 12:17
    Oops meant to reply to Kelly's comment.
  • Worf 2008-11-07 12:32
    Technical Thug:
    ender:
    Rob F:
    Unfortunately, valid spoofed e-mail addresses mean that unsuspecting people suddenly encounter thousands of postmaster errors in what has been named backscatter and the original spammer doesn't receive any kind of comeuppance. It is manifested by poorly set up mail systems that obsessively send auto-response messages without even verifying if the original e-mail address was bona-fide.
    Actually, since 99% of these e-mails come from infected computers directly, the message is just discarded (worms won't bother relaying the 500 response from your SMTP server to whichever random sender they used).
    You're making way too many assumptions. And I know they are wrong, because I've seen people's mailboxes get crushed under a pile of NDR and bounce messages for stuff they never sent.

    If your mail server bounces mails back to senders, you lose at Internet.


    Unfortunately, there are still a LOT of mailservers that accept by default, and bounce when they fail to deliver, plus a LOT of "virus scanners" that bounce messages when it fails a virus scan, and finally, a LOT of "antispam" that bounce a message because it appears to be spam or because the idiotic recipient has chosen to be a problem and use a whitelist.

    Even if 99% of the world's mailservers check before accepting (and fail to accept), that 1% still causes a big problem due to the numbers.

    The proper behavior is to fail to accept the message - return a permanent failure before the DATA stage. That way the sending mailserver can send the bounce back, and if it's properly set up to not be an open relay, will most likely go back to the originator. The exception are the bots that use the user's configured server to relay spam through. But those are a lot less common (as a single user sending thousands of emails a day... tends to be a red flag).

    Of course, the worst solution I've seen are those "mailcheck" programs - they detect the email isn't on some whitelist, then they send back a challenge. These are the most annoying backscatter to receive - it means the recipient has decided to solve their spam problem by offloading it onto innocent third parties. (As I only receive them once in a while, I always do the challenge - it corrupts their whitelist and they get spam. And usually, I forward a nasty reply back calling THEM a spammer for sending unsolicited and unwanted email.

    Greylisting works much better - whitelisted emails are sent through, and the rest are scanned. If it's obviously spam, it's dropped silently, if it's got the potential to be valid, it's bounced back (a trickle rather than a flood), or it's held by the server for the user to decide to accept or delete.
  • halcyon1234 2008-11-07 13:18
    WhiskeyJack:
    I always liked to submit the forms with data that looked very plausible, but was made up. It's fairly easy to spoof a valid-looking credit card number. Might as well decrease the scammer's signal-to-noise ratio.



    Why do that when you can send them something like

    4030000010001234
    5100000010001004
    or
    6011500080009080

    They're all perfectly valid test credit cards. If they try to use them, one of two things will happen:

    1) It'll be on a really crappy website and it'll actually authenticate the payment, in which case they're ripping off a place that should be featured here
    2) More likely, it'll be rejected as a test on a live server. The transaction will be flagged as "suspicious", and hopefully so will their account. It might be much, but it might help shine a light on their illicit activities and make them easier to find later.
  • nB 2008-11-07 13:22
    kennytm:
    Yep:
    From: Anon Y. Mous, ASP.
    To: Everyone
    Priority: High
    Subject: Comment Trolling Warning

    We have noticed an increase in trolling attempts, similar to the message below. TDWTF will never request that you shout angrily in words at the previous poster. You should not feed the troll with any useful information like facts, logical arguments or your personal opinion through comments.

    Here is an example of a recent trolling attempt:

    -------------------------------------------
    Subject: Re: Serious Fricken Bureaucracy

    Re: Serious Fricken Bureaucracy

    I pretty much function as technical support for my
    team, setting up things like start menu shortcuts and
    icons. I have even written some useful programs that I
    gave to the corporate support group. You get better
    response from them if they know they owe you for giving
    them free programs.

    I have heard NO complaints from them, so I am very
    pleased with a rate of zero defects. Every time I ask
    my friend in tech support how they are working out, he
    gets a big smile and says they are working perfectly.

    Here are some examples of programs I have written for
    our technical support group:

    ud.exe - this goes up a directory, so instead of typing
    "cd.." you can simply type "ud"

    ud2.exe - this goes up TWO directories at once, so it
    is like doing ud twice.

    ud3.exe - this goes up THREE directories at once (you
    get the picture by now I hope).

    mkdirrandom.exe - makes a new directory with a random
    name, using a random number generator I wrote (I
    adapted the code someone posted on this site).

    regall.exe - this recursively searches your hard drive
    for all DLLs and runs regsvr32.exe on each one so
    everything will work again if a DLL registration
    gets messed up.

    backupall.exe - this backs up all exes, dlls, ocxs, and
    tmp files in case you need to restore your
    computer. It puts them in a folder called
    C:\backupall.

    (end of trolling example)
    -------------------------------------------

    Other trolling attempts include comments that appear to have been posted by site admins such as Alex Papadimoulis or Jake Vinson. Your site admins will never participate in comment discussions or provide you with material that you would want to flame them for. The only valid comments will be Featured.

    When you receive these types of comments, you should ignore them and not respond. It is also a good practice to avoid clicking on any links in suspicious TDWTF comments.

    If you feel you have been a victim of a trolling scheme regarding a TDWTF article, please contact a site admin so that they can take drastic action against witty and rueful trolls.

    Thank you,

    Anon Y. Mous, ASP.
    Chief Sarcasm Officer


    ok, you are a retard because: <drum roll>
    
    1) cd ..
    2) cd ..\..
    3) cd ..\..\..
    4) mkdir wqeipjfwvoefi
    5) that's not very a good idea.
    6) 'system restore'

    "he gets a big smile and says they are working perfectly"=="nod and smile at the retard"
    I think #4 should be:
    md %RANDOM% (at least on Win boxes)
  • Technical Thug 2008-11-07 13:47
    nB:
    kennytm:

    4) mkdir wqeipjfwvoefi
    I think #4 should be:
    md %RANDOM% (at least on Win boxes)
    No, the problem is that wqeipjfwvoefi was clearly generated by a human typing.

    The right answer is:
    4) md 1xr2pdceglees2s61a45nh3oe7dx7nmi66a6xkf

    That was generated by a series of coin flips, and guaranteed to be random!!

    http://forums.thedailywtf.com/forums/p/9836/179015.aspx#179015
  • Kuba 2008-11-07 13:47
    Chris:
    The stupid person, even with all the phishing training in the world, can't "spot" a place where someone is outsmarting them. You can't teach someone to not be outsmarted.


    You've nailed it, Chris. Couldn't agree more. That's also one of the reasons why so many people voted Bush for the second term.
  • Kuba 2008-11-07 13:52
    MrsPost:
    This is sadly common. I swear if you sent out an e-mail that said:

    Do NOT send us this information:

    * User name
    * Password

    you would get any number of responses.

    People don't read the e-mail. They scan it, see that there is a list of values to be provided, and send them. They don't read the text of the message. Especially if it's a dense block of text prior to the tidy little list.


    The biggest problem is that people somehow vindicate their non-reading of "long" text by (choose one or more options):

    1. It takes too long (and how long will it take you to untangle the mess you've got yourself into?)
    2. They have better things to do (see above)
    3. They can't understand "legalese" anyway (reading comp, anyone?)
    4. You are not supposed to read that stuff anyway (which is why we are in a credit mess)
    ...

    I am generally sorry for the wicked minds which raise such "arguments" (and those in similar vein).

    Cheers, Kuba
  • Kuba 2008-11-07 13:54
    Ty:
    The better way is to actually request their information and then revoke their systems access for 1 day. When they call us, you say

    "We phished your login information, which will now be change and re-issued to you in a card. We will periodically send you this request, and if you respond, we will revoke your systems access for 1-3 days, depending on when we feel like bringing it back up and when we do we'll issue you a new login and pass. This is for your own saftey and to teach you NEVER to give out your login and password, especially to us!"


    This is actually a great idea. I'm dead serious. Otherwise people will never learn. It's like with small children -- either you give them timeout/take their "treats" away/whatnot, or they just pretend nothing happened...
  • Warlord 2008-11-07 13:58

    Dear students,

    Again I must emphasize you should never send any information via email. Doing so may result in illegal activity.

    At campus security, we will actively scan for your private information and protect you.

    Please acknowledge your receipt and understanding of this email by filling out the form below:

    Name (first, last):
    Social security number:
    Date of Birth:
    Mother's maiden name:
    Drivers license number:
    Checking account routing number:
    Checking account number:


    Thank you, and remember to surf safe,

    -Hackz0rs
  • Kuba 2008-11-07 14:03
    dave:
    rd:

    Two questions: how do I include the entire text of a long post in my short reply and how do I go up four directories?

    1) it appears solved
    2) ud3 & ud


    Udders?
  • Mark Jonson 2008-11-07 14:23
    In my community's local school district, the tech coordinator sent an example email to all staff almost identical to this one instructing staff and teachers to never send their username and password to anyone via email.
    Later that day I encountered one of the staff who complained of having a problem logging on. Turned out they were trying to reply to the email by filling in their username and password in the original message. Having to explain the intention of the email turned out to be quite difficult.
  • notromda 2008-11-07 21:00
    curtmack:
    I don't know why, but my college gets phished once every few weeks or so. The mailserver is pretty good at detecting mass spam attacks and (here's the evil part) stops acknowledging e-mail sent from that sender. This means that the would-be spammers get inundated with Postmaster errors from their own messages. Instant karma.


    What makes you think the incoming message comes from a fully functional and standard MTA? The zombie just goes on to the next, maybe even logging the bad receiving server and moving on to a new server.
  • The Great Quux 2008-11-07 23:28
    Sorry I'm late folks, I hope my account didn't get deleted... ok here it is:

    Username: PhishFan
    Password: YouEnjoyMyself12-9-95 (one of the best YEMs ever, complete with a silent jam in the middle, from the raging Fall '95 tour)
  • Ricky 2008-11-08 05:01
    username: licensed
    password: 123

    (anyone who remember this will win a free dinner with the Irish girl)
  • TakeASeatOverThere 2008-11-08 09:35
    You sometimes wonder how those people manage to not forget to breathe during the course of their day, slip on their own saliva, hit their head on the edge of the table and die, and most of all how absolutely terrifying the future is.
  • Pingmaster 2008-11-08 09:50
    rd:
    Yep:
    From: Anon Y. Mous, ASP.
    To: Everyone
    Priority: High
    Subject: Comment Trolling Warning

    We have noticed an increase in trolling attempts, similar to the message below. TDWTF will never request that you shout angrily in words at the previous poster. You should not feed the troll with any useful information like facts, logical arguments or your personal opinion through comments.

    Here is an example of a recent trolling attempt:

    -------------------------------------------
    Subject: Re: Serious Fricken Bureaucracy

    Re: Serious Fricken Bureaucracy

    I pretty much function as technical support for my
    team, setting up things like start menu shortcuts and
    icons. I have even written some useful programs that I
    gave to the corporate support group. You get better
    response from them if they know they owe you for giving
    them free programs.

    I have heard NO complaints from them, so I am very
    pleased with a rate of zero defects. Every time I ask
    my friend in tech support how they are working out, he
    gets a big smile and says they are working perfectly.

    Here are some examples of programs I have written for
    our technical support group:

    ud.exe - this goes up a directory, so instead of typing
    "cd.." you can simply type "ud"

    ud2.exe - this goes up TWO directories at once, so it
    is like doing ud twice.

    ud3.exe - this goes up THREE directories at once (you
    get the picture by now I hope).

    mkdirrandom.exe - makes a new directory with a random
    name, using a random number generator I wrote (I
    adapted the code someone posted on this site).

    regall.exe - this recursively searches your hard drive
    for all DLLs and runs regsvr32.exe on each one so
    everything will work again if a DLL registration
    gets messed up.

    backupall.exe - this backs up all exes, dlls, ocxs, and
    tmp files in case you need to restore your
    computer. It puts them in a folder called
    C:\backupall.

    (end of trolling example)
    -------------------------------------------

    Other trolling attempts include comments that appear to have been posted by site admins such as Alex Papadimoulis or Jake Vinson. Your site admins will never participate in comment discussions or provide you with material that you would want to flame them for. The only valid comments will be Featured.

    When you receive these types of comments, you should ignore them and not respond. It is also a good practice to avoid clicking on any links in suspicious TDWTF comments.

    If you feel you have been a victim of a trolling scheme regarding a TDWTF article, please contact a site admin so that they can take drastic action against witty and rueful trolls.

    Thank you,

    Anon Y. Mous, ASP.
    Chief Sarcasm Officer

    Two questions: how do I include the entire text of a long post in my short reply and how do I go up four directories?

    that's silly. no-one goes up FOUR directories!
  • John Beaner 2008-11-08 10:03
    Wow, now THAT is pretty scary isnt it? Wussup with people now days?

    Jess
    http://www.Ultimate-Anonymity.com
  • Ricky 2008-11-08 13:58
    John Beaner:
    Wow, now THAT is pretty scary isnt it? Wussup with people now days?

    Jess
    http://www.Ultimate-Anonymity.com

    thank you, mr. spammer
    i'll add your product to my personal never-ever-buy-no-matter-how-awesome-they-say-it-is list
  • Zdenek 2008-11-08 19:46
    Actually, the paper does not claim that there is no correlation, just that they did not find any. Given the size of their study (22 persons) and the way they recruited the participants (getting volunteers for $15), that is not all that surprising.
  • 111 2008-11-10 07:11
    情趣用品情趣用品情趣用品情趣用品情趣情趣情趣
    情趣按摩棒跳蛋充氣娃娃
    情境坊歡愉用品[/url[url=http://www.show688.net/shop/index.php?wid=twjason]情趣用品情人節禮物情惑用品性易構免費A片AV女優美女視訊情色交友免費AV色情網站辣妹視訊美女交友色情影片成人影片成人網站A片H漫18成人成人圖片成人漫畫情色網日本A片免費A片下載性愛成人交友嘟嘟成人網成人電影成人成人貼圖成人小說成人文章成人圖片區免費成人影片成人遊戲微風成人愛情公寓情色情色貼圖情色文學做愛色情聊天室色情小說一葉情貼圖片區情色小說色情寄情築園小遊戲色情遊戲情色視訊情色電影AIO交友愛情館言情小說愛情小說色情A片情色論壇色情影片視訊聊天室免費視訊聊天免費視訊視訊美女視訊交友視訊聊天免費視訊聊天室AIOA片下載AV[url=http://www.ing.net/042]AV片A漫AV DVDAV成人網聊天室成人論壇本土自拍自拍A片


  • ender 2008-11-10 08:08
    Technical Thug:
    If your mail server bounces mails back to senders, you lose at Internet.
    Bouncing is something else than rejecting the message with 5xx error - if my e-mail server refuses to accept a message with 5xx error, it'll be the sending server that would generate the bounce - if it's capable of that (spambots aren't, and if there's a legitimate e-mail server on the other side, it's that server's fault for relaying the spam in the first place).

    I've seen mailboxes crushed under a pile of NDRs myself (first time it happened to me was in 2001, when I was still on dial-up) - but around 95% of these were from antivirus gateways helpfully informing the "sender" that the message was infected.
  • The Troll 2008-11-10 15:47
    KenW:
    Dirk Diggler:
    You might want to check that backupall.exe program because if you lose the C drive you won't be able to restore them.


    You might want to check and realize that you're responding to a trollish joke post made here weeks ago that was used here for humor.

    Also, you might want to learn enough about the proper behavior on the internet forums to know that you don't quote 100+ lines of text to add a single line comment, unless you're a total moron.

    Thanks for playing the "Am I Smarter Than An Internet Troll?", hosted by Alex P. and Jake V. Now, face the camera and tell the world, "No, I am NOT smarter than an internet troll."


    All I gotta say: self-pwned
    And now, face the camera and tell the world, "No, I am NOT smarter than an internet troll."
  • Dino 2008-11-10 16:03
    curtmack:
    I don't know why, but my college gets phished once every few weeks or so. The mailserver is pretty good at detecting mass spam attacks and (here's the evil part) stops acknowledging e-mail sent from that sender. This means that the would-be spammers get inundated with Postmaster errors from their own messages. Instant karma.


    That's great, except most spammers don't use their actual e-mail addresses to send the spam. In fact, the From and Reply To addresses are usually spoofed. So the person who gets inundated with NDRs is most likely another innocent luser who has no idea where all the returned mail messages are coming from.
  • Jay 2008-11-10 16:43
    Rob F:
    curtmack:
    I don't know why, but my college gets phished once every few weeks or so. The mailserver is pretty good at detecting mass spam attacks and (here's the evil part) stops acknowledging e-mail sent from that sender. This means that the would-be spammers get inundated with Postmaster errors from their own messages. Instant karma.


    Yes I wish that was the way the world worked.

    Unfortunately, valid spoofed e-mail addresses mean that unsuspecting people suddenly encounter thousands of postmaster errors in what has been named backscatter and the original spammer doesn't receive any kind of comeuppance. It is manifested by poorly set up mail systems that obsessively send auto-response messages without even verifying if the original e-mail address was bona-fide.


    I got several thousand emails like that a few days ago. Apparently a spammer used my email address.

    I periodically think that a fun thing to do would be to track down the real email of a spammer -- they must provide some means to contact them for the gullible idiots who actually want to buy their products -- and then post this information on a number of web sites, replicated many times. Get hundreds of sites to post the spammers email addresses. Provide an automated mechanism to keep the list updated. Then the other spammers automated trolling programs would find them, and start sending spam to the spammers. Maybe if we could get them tied up spamming each other, they'd burn themselves out.
  • Yep 2008-11-10 18:32
    Jay:
    Rob F:
    curtmack:
    I don't know why, but my college gets phished once every few weeks or so. The mailserver is pretty good at detecting mass spam attacks and (here's the evil part) stops acknowledging e-mail sent from that sender. This means that the would-be spammers get inundated with Postmaster errors from their own messages. Instant karma.


    Yes I wish that was the way the world worked.

    Unfortunately, valid spoofed e-mail addresses mean that unsuspecting people suddenly encounter thousands of postmaster errors in what has been named backscatter and the original spammer doesn't receive any kind of comeuppance. It is manifested by poorly set up mail systems that obsessively send auto-response messages without even verifying if the original e-mail address was bona-fide.


    I got several thousand emails like that a few days ago. Apparently a spammer used my email address.

    I periodically think that a fun thing to do would be to track down the real email of a spammer -- they must provide some means to contact them for the gullible idiots who actually want to buy their products -- and then post this information on a number of web sites, replicated many times. Get hundreds of sites to post the spammers email addresses. Provide an automated mechanism to keep the list updated. Then the other spammers automated trolling programs would find them, and start sending spam to the spammers. Maybe if we could get them tied up spamming each other, they'd burn themselves out.


    In a blaze of gory.. er.. glory.
  • Hmm 2008-11-12 06:41
    These comments illustrate EXACTLY why developers should not be UI Designers.

    The original problem was NOT the users' fault, it was down to the layout of the original email. Usability studies (by Niesen et al) have shown that people do not read email newsletters/web pages word by word, rather, they scan. It is also well known that users do not read instructional text, rather they attempt to complete the task at hand first.

    Thus it is perfectly logicial that people would respond to the email, as it would have been from a trusted source, and the salient area requests a username and password.
  • GG 2008-11-17 21:27
  • GG 2008-11-17 21:27
  • GG 2008-11-17 21:28
  • minoru 2008-11-26 03:06
  • kg 2008-12-17 04:45
    http://sparkle.moo.jp
    http://pfs.egoism.jp/
    http://yappa238.egoism.jp/blog/
    http://hoehoe.pupu.jp/doumei/
    http://babylon.raindrop.jp/au/union/
    http://kujirako.boo.jp/cake.html
    http://www.logi-cha.net
    http://www.fantasista-web.jp
    http://www.wonderpaq.com/
    http://www.jhda.org/
    http://crybaby.sunnyday.jp/cheb/index.html
    http://chic.lomo.jp/atama/
    http://itsuka-mata.moo.jp/
    http://net.moo.jp/piyo
    http://www.kigyoukensyu.com
    http://poulsmithsaifu.livedoor.biz/
    http://yui.sann1.com/
    http://www.dokohiko.net/
    http://shu666.daa.jp/scl/
    http://a777asami.chu.jp/nari.html/
    http://a777asami.chu.jp/sozai/
    http://a777asami.chu.jp/ro/
    http://www.wonderpaq.com/katakura/
    http://www.wonderpaq.com/
    http://kannrekiiwaipresent.livedoor.biz/
    http://www.weather-m.com/
    http://warehouse.gonna.jp/failureunion/
    http://tadamono.jp
    http://kujirako.boo.jp/
    http://takaandtoshi777.livedoor.biz/
    http://tadamono.jp/aoko/
    http://tadamono.jp/jeldstga/
    http://www.weather-m.com/cash/
    http://sparkle.moo.jp/cash/
  • wholesale jordan shoes 2008-12-25 04:42
    Finding Wholesale Nike Air Jordan Shoes.
    Wholesale nike air jordan shoes and Cheap kids jordan kicks,Air jordan shoes...
    We wholesale nike shoes and jordan sneakers, long sleeve Wholesale,hot offer cheap air jordan shoes, kids jordan and women's jordan. cheap jordan kicks, air max, dunk sb
    Supra shoes Wholesale,Air Jordan 2,Prada Shoes,Wholesale Ugg Boot,Nike Air Force 1.
    wholesale Cheap nikes,nike jordans,Bathing Apes,Jordan Shoes- wholesale Cheap Nike Air Jordan's Shoes;We sell cheap Nike Jordan's Shoes http://www.branddaze.com/Air-Max/
  • taro 2009-01-10 10:28
    虚弱体質 冷え性 ガクタビ クレジットカード 1枚目 クレジットカード 2枚目 FX FX FX CFD お金 借りたい 2009年問題 対策 派遣社員 消費者金融 風俗 消費者金融 水商売 消費者金融 教師 消費者金融 公務員 消費者金融 派遣社員 クレジットカード 水商売 クレジットカード 風俗 クレジットカード 無職 借りられる 自由業 借りられる アルバイト 借りられる 主婦 借りられる 信用貸付 安い利息
     秘密厳守 消費者金融 信頼できる消費者金融 つなぎ資金 手形資金 追加融資 不動産貸付 消費者金融 きれいになるには にんにく卵黄 卵油 BMWオーナー FX会社 選び方 FX 円高 FX 申込 外貨投資 外貨預金 外貨MMF 外国債券 外国投信 視力 手術 イントラレーシック 糖尿病 宅配弁当 除毛クリーム 沖縄 アルバイト 久米島 リゾート アルバイト 石垣島 リゾート アルバイト 沖縄 結婚式 
  • zxc 2009-01-12 10:21
  • cashing 2009-01-16 09:50
  • kareishuu 2009-01-19 16:42
  • kloi 2009-01-27 23:18
  • kloi 2009-01-27 23:20
  • yama 2009-02-26 08:52
  • huojia 2009-03-02 01:02
    &nbsp;&nbsp;
    货架racking.&nbsp;&nbsp; 仓储货架
    南京货架设备要产品包括:重型货架
    ,阁楼货架,超市Shelf,重量型货架,横梁式货架,驶入式货架... 仓储笼
    货架的形式与材料 · 立体仓库 · 货架厂
    物流规划设计的步骤与程序(货架的设计... 中国物流行业呈现三足鼎立抢市场 · 亚洲第三方物流的现状和发展 ... 托盘
    抽出式货架系列 · 重力式 货架/推入式货架钢托盘
    移动式货架 · 阁楼式货架 · 悬臂式货架
    系列 长件物料储存货架&nbsp;货架公司
  • dqwefwef 2009-03-10 22:51
  • dqwefwef 2009-03-10 22:51

    キャッシング
    大阪 賃貸
    中古車 販売
    ルームウェア
    大阪 マンション
    賃貸マンション 神戸
    中古 ゴルフクラブ
    クールビズ
    フィットネスクラブ
    大阪府 司法書士
    クレジット 申し込み
    ベビードール
    矯正歯科 東京
    ホワイトニング 東京
    大阪 ラブホテル
    リサイクルショップ
    不動産
    カードローン
    投資 信託
    下着
    即日 キャッシング
    銀行
    神戸市 中央区 税理士
    FX
    消費者金融
    ローン
    引越し
    生命保険
    ジェルネイル
    人材派遣
    ネット証券
    アフィリエイト
    格安航空券
    ウィークリーマンション
    レンタカー
    SEO
    オフィス家具
    合宿免許
    ペット用品
    高速バス
    デリヘル
    キャバクラ
    派遣
    コラーゲン
    化粧品
    インテリア
    ウェディング
    結婚相談
    投資物件
    留学
    貸事務所 大阪
    経営コンサルティング
    工芸品
    高級品
    自動車保険
    ホテヘル
    レストランウェディング
    バイク買取
    運転免許
    ベビーカー
    外反母趾
    圧力鍋
    腕時計
    フェラガモ
    デリヘル
    キャバクラ
    セレブ
    プラセンタ
    カルシウム
    青汁
    ブルーベリー
    家具
    脱毛クリーム
    除毛クリーム
    コスト削減 大阪
    弁護士 大阪
    車買取 大阪
    バイク買取 大阪
    エステ 大阪
    リフォーム 大阪
    大阪 歯科
    派遣 大阪
    アルバイト 大阪
    転職 大阪
    大阪 住宅
    大阪 専門学校
    グルメ 大阪
    ホテル 大阪
    一戸建て 大阪
    大阪 宿泊
    大阪 マンション
    デリヘル 大阪
    印刷 大阪
    不動産 大阪
    賃貸 大阪
    ブライダル 大阪
    リサイクル
    アダルト SEO
    賃貸
    SEO 大阪
    イベント コンパニオン 大阪
    転職 大阪
    大阪 ラブホ
    ペット ショップ 大阪
    豆腐
    京都 不動産
    運転免許 合宿
    ヘアアイロン
    ダイエット
    ダイエット
    デリヘル
    キャバクラ
  • koooo 2009-03-11 02:25
  • kooooo 2009-03-12 07:10
  • totoro 2009-03-17 03:30
  • totoro 2009-03-17 03:31
  • totoro 2009-03-17 03:31
  • totoro 2009-03-17 03:32
  • totoro 2009-03-17 03:42
  • totoro 2009-03-17 03:43
    口コミ
    不動産会社口コミ
    コスメ口コミ
    産婦人科口コミ
    病院口コミ
    歯医者口コミ
    化粧品口コミ
    脱毛口コミ
    株取引口コミ
    ダイエット口コミ
    グルメ口コミ
    エステ口コミ
    引越口コミ
    ホテル口コミ
    温泉口コミ
    永久脱毛口コミ
    歯科口コミ
    植毛口コミ
    増毛口コミ
    マンション口コミ
    美容整形口コミ
    自動車保険口コミ
    美容院口コミ
    美容室口コミ
    ペットショップ口コミ
    税理士口コミ
    予備校口コミ
    小児科口コミ
    理容院口コミ
    内科口コミ
    旅行口コミ
    動物病院口コミ
    旅館口コミ
    結婚相談所口コミ
    結婚式場口コミ
    お見合いパーティー口コミ
    ネイルサロン口コミ
    通販口コミ
    保険口コミ
    FX口コミ
    探偵口コミ
    興信所口コミ
    英会話口コミ
    ウイークリーマンション口コミ
    老人ホーム口コミ
    キャッシングローン口コミ
    カードローン口コミ
    消費者金融口コミ
    証券会社口コミ
    銀行口コミ
    外科口コミ
    子供服口コミ
    カタログ販売口コミ
    家庭教師口コミ
    幼稚園口コミ
    弁護士口コミ
    司法書士口コミ
    受験口コミ
    ラブホテル口コミ
    学習塾口コミ
    下着口コミ
    バイク口コミ
    介護施設口コミ
    自転車口コミ
    注文住宅口コミ
    中古車口コミ
    パーティー口コミ
    リフォーム口コミ
    カラオケボックス口コミ
    設計事務所口コミ
    ランジェリーショップ口コミ
    宗教団体口コミ
    小児歯科口コミ
    デイサービス口コミ
    葬儀場口コミ
    質屋口コミ
    リサイクルショップ口コミ
    大学受験口コミ
    グループホーム口コミ
    ブランド品口コミ
    建設会社口コミ
    中学受験口コミ
    派遣口コミ
    レーシック口コミ
    専門学校口コミ
    賃貸口コミ
    ラーメン口コミ
    エステティックサロン口コミ
    ケータリング口コミ
    イベント口コミ
    雑貨店口コミ
    ネットカフェ口コミ
    携帯ショップ口コミ
    ダイエット食品口コミ
    ]海外旅行口コミ
    ラブコスメ口コミ
  • koooo 2009-03-26 02:16
  • zol 2009-05-10 22:57
    ネイル 西脇市なら
    ネイルサロン 小野市
    宝塚市
    ネイルサロン 高砂市
    ネイルサロン 神奈川県
    ネイルサロン 厚木市だ
    ネイルサロン 藤沢市は
    鎌倉市
    ネイル 横浜市青葉区でも
    ネイルサロン 川崎市
    ネイルサロン 横浜市港北区
    横浜市港南区はこちら
    ネイルサロン 横浜市南区
    ネイルサロン 横浜市中区
    ネイル 横浜市西区ってどう
    ネイル 横浜市鶴見区でも
    ネイルサロン 横浜市都筑区
    ネイル 大和市
    熊本県
    ネイルサロン 熊本市
    ネイル 京都府
    ネイル 京都市って
    ネイルサロン 宮城県
    ネイルサロン 仙台市は
    ネイルサロン 奈良県だ
    ネイル 橿原市でも
    ネイルサロン 北葛城郡
    ネイル 奈良市だ
    桜井市
    ネイル 大分県って
    ネイルサロン 大分市
    ネイル 岡山県
    ネイル 倉敷市ってどう
    ネイルサロン 岡山市はこちら
    沖縄県
    ネイルサロン 那覇市
    ネイルサロン 沖縄市だ
    ネイル 大阪府
    ネイルサロン 羽曳野市
    ネイルサロン 東大阪市ってどう
    ネイルサロン 池田市
    和泉市
    岸和田市
    ネイル 松原市
    寝屋川市
    大阪市阿倍野区
    ネイルサロン 大阪市中央区って
    ネイル 大阪市平野区はこちら
    ネイルサロン 大阪市北区
    大阪市西区ってどう
    ネイルサロン 大阪市住吉区って
    ネイルサロン 大阪市鶴見区
    ネイルサロン 堺市
    ネイルサロン 高石市なら
    ネイルサロン 高槻市
    ネイル 八尾市
    ネイル 埼玉県
    ネイルサロン 川口市
    ネイル さいたま市
    坂戸市ってどう
    ネイルサロン 滋賀県
    草津市
    大津市とは
    静岡県
    ネイルサロン 沼津市
    ネイルサロン 東京都なら
    足立区
    ネイルサロン 文京区とは
    ネイル 台東区とは
    ネイルサロン 江戸川区
    福生市ってどう
    ネイルサロン 八王子市はこちら
    東久留米市なら
    ネイルサロン 板橋区
    ネイルサロン 北区
    江東区はこちら
    ネイル 国立市
    ネイルサロン 町田市
    ネイル 目黒区
    ネイルサロン 港区
    武蔵野市
    ネイルサロン 中野区
    ネイル 練馬区は
    西東京市ってどう
    大田区だ
    ネイルサロン 世田谷区
    ネイル 渋谷区でも
    ネイル 品川区
    新宿区
    ネイル 杉並区
    ネイルサロン 墨田区とは
    ネイルサロン 多摩市
    ネイルサロン 立川市
    ネイルサロン 千代田区
    ネイル 豊島区とは
    ネイル 中央区は
    ネイリストとは
    ネイルスクール 名古屋市なら
    豊田市
    千葉県
  • OBA 2009-07-02 20:20
    a story much like this happened at my university....
  • osamu 2009-07-21 06:38
  • hoangphuong 2009-07-24 23:09
    <a href="http://www.hanaparasite.jp/">高収入 アルバイト</a>
    <a href="http://www.hanaparasite.jp/mobile/">高収入 アルバイト</a>
    <a href="http://www.aaa-ch.net/">風俗</a>
    <a href="http://www.aaa-ch.net/m/">風俗</a>
    <a href="http://www.akibain.com/">美少女ゲーム</a>
    <a href="http://www.pure-soapland.com/i/">ソープランド</a>
    <a href="http://chuh.jp/">出会い</a>
    <a href="http://pc.chuh.jp/">出会い</a>
    <a href="http://www.erogle.net/m/">デリヘル</a>
    <a href="http://www.pure-soapland.com/chiiki/susukino/">すすきの ソープラン
    ド</a>
    <a href="http://www.pure-soapland.com/chiiki/sonota/">新宿 ソープランド</a>
    <a href="http://www.pure-soapland.com/chiiki/chiba/">千葉 ソープランド</a>
    <a href="http://www.pure-soapland.com/chiiki/saitama/">埼玉 ソープランド</a>
    <a href="http://www.pure-soapland.com/chiiki/kanagawa/">神奈川 ソープランド
    </a>
    <a href="http://www.pure-soapland.com/index2.html">吉原 ソープランド</a>
    <a href="http://avshop.jp/">sod</a>
    <a href="http://dreamynightshop.jp/">バイブ</a>
    <a href="http://onstyle.co.jp/">風俗求人 高収入</a>
    <a href="http://onstyle.co.jp/">都内 キャバクラ 全額日払い</a>
    <a href="http://ecsta.tv/">無料動画</a>
    <a href="http://www.1-peace.com/shop/">アダルトグッズ</a>
    <a href="http://kansai.bigdesire.co.jp/">大阪 風俗</a>
    <a href="http://kansai.bigdesire.co.jp/mobile/">大阪 風俗</a>
    <a href="http://kansai.yorutomo.net/i/">神戸 風俗</a>
    <a href="http://www.eroshima.com/">裏DVD</a>
    <a href="http://www.eroshima.com/mobile/">裏DVD</a>
    <a href="http://valentine-works.com/">風俗 求人</a>
    <a href="http://valentine-works.com/m/">風俗 求人</a>
    <a href="http://no1-shinjuku.jp/">デリヘル 新宿</a>
    <a href="http://no1-shinjuku.jp/">デリヘル 東京</a>

  • hoangphuong 2009-07-24 23:10
    Legend has<a href="http://www.hanaparasite.jp/">高収入 アルバイト</a>it that one day <a href="http://www.hanaparasite.jp/mobile/">高収入 アルバイト</a>after victory over the<a href="http://www.aaa-ch.net/">風俗</a>Chinese Ming invaders <a href="http://www.aaa-ch.net/m/">風俗</a> when King Le Thai To was <a href="http://www.akibain.com/">美少女ゲーム</a> on the lake a golden tortoise <a href="http://www.pure-soapland.com/i/">ソープランド</a> came up <a href="http://chuh.jp/">出会い</a> out of
    <a href="http://pc.chuh.jp/">出会い</a> the
    <a href="http://www.erogle.net/m/">デリヘル</a> water to
    <a href="http://www.pure-soapland.com/chiiki/susukino/">すすきの ソープランド</a> take back <a href="http://www.pure-soapland.com/chiiki/sonota/">新宿 ソープランド</a> the sacred sword<a href="http://www.pure-soapland.com/chiiki/chiba/">千葉 ソープランド</a> that had been <a href="http://www.pure-soapland.com/chiiki/saitama/">埼玉 ソープランド</a> given to him<a href="http://www.pure-soapland.com/chiiki/kanagawa/">神奈川 ソープランド </a>by the god
    <a href="http://www.pure-soapland.com/index2.html">吉原 ソープランド</a> to save the homeland
    <a href="http://avshop.jp/">sod</a> (15th C.) <a href="http://dreamynightshop.jp/">バイブ</a> Noteworthy <a href="http://onstyle.co.jp/">風俗求人 高収入</a> the Huc Sunrise brige <a href="http://onstyle.co.jp/">都内 キャバクラ 全額日払い</a> Tower of the Pen Brush <a href="http://ecsta.tv/">無料動画</a> Portico of the Ink – Slab Ngoc Son (Jade hill) temple. . That’s Hoan Kiem’s lake <a href="http://www.1-peace.com/shop/">アダルトグッズ</a> in VN. Other <a href="http://kansai.bigdesire.co.jp/">大阪 風俗</a> beautiful sight
    <a href="http://kansai.bigdesire.co.jp/mobile/top.php">大阪 風俗</a> in Ha Noi <a href="http://kansai.yorutomo.net/i/">神戸 風俗</a> Come to enjoy! <a href="http://www.eroshima.com/">裏DVD</a> in Ha Noi<a href="http://www.eroshima.com/mobile/">裏DVD</a> the hidden <a href="http://valentine-works.com/">風俗 求人</a> charm.<a href="http://valentine-works.com/m/">風俗 求人</a> in<a href="http://no1-shinjuku.jp/">デリヘル 新宿</a>
    The <a href="http://no1-shinjuku.jp/">デリヘル 東京</a> Viet Nam
  • hoangphuong 2009-07-24 23:11
  • hoangphuong 2009-07-24 23:12
  • hoangphuong 2009-08-23 23:03
    Welcome to 五島列島
    Welcome to 水産加工
    Come to 牡蠣
    Come to きびなご

  • aaa 2009-09-03 01:32
  • tk 2009-09-12 09:28
    <a href="http://www.up-career.com/mistake.html">レーシック 失敗</a>
  • re 2009-10-08 04:20
    メル友がほしいです。
  • re 2009-10-09 05:07
    <a href="http://k-mailb.purecafe.info/">メル友 募集掲示板</a>で<a href="http://k-tuma.purecafe.info/">人妻 出会</a>いを探す。
  • jinko 2009-10-20 22:22
  • jinko 2009-10-20 22:26
  • jinko 2009-10-20 22:27
  • jinko 2009-10-20 22:28
  • jinko 2009-10-20 22:29
  • jinko 2009-10-20 22:31
  • jinko 2009-10-20 22:33
  • jinko 2009-10-20 22:37
  • 出会い 2009-10-27 07:24
    <a href="http://fortunately-love.com/cerebu/">セレブ人妻</a>とあって楽しい遊びしてみませんかエッチのことなら<a href="http://fortunately-love.com/inran/">淫乱人妻</a>に相談してみよう優しい奥様との出会いがある<a href="http://fortunately-love.com/okusamadeai/">奥様出会い</a>!<a href="http://fortunately-love.com/hurin/">不倫</a>相手さがしに威力をはっきする。
  • csc 2010-01-18 04:19
    故人のお部屋に残された様々な<a href="http://ihinseiri.jp">遺品整理</a>。神奈川の住宅,一戸建て, <a href="http://www.citinet.jp/chiba">千葉 不動産</a>なら神奈川県の不動産会社シティネット。<a href="http://www.citinet.jp/tokyoeast">不動産 東京</a>はお任せ下さい!<a href="http://www.syabusyabu.net/">しゃぶしゃぶ</a>(小尾羊)は全世界で700店以上を展開。世界中で愛される本格薬膳蒙古火鍋<a href="http://www.syabusyabu.net/">食べ放題 銀座</a>しゃぶしゃぶの専門店です。首都圏の不動産<a href="http://www.benefit-life.jp">仲介手数料</a>が最大無料でお得!<a href="http://www.citinet.jp/yokohama/">横浜市港北区 不動産</a>,神奈川の住宅,一戸建て, <a href="http://www.citinet.jp/kawasaki">川崎 不動産</a>,<a href="http://www.citinet.jp/kawasaki/">川崎市高津区 不動産</a>
  • freefallerTam 2010-03-11 16:31
    A similar situation occurred at the university I work at (developing software for researchers). The admin took a slightly different approach though, and locked down the accounts of people who had returned their details, resetting their passwords only after making them visit him in person, to receive a rather stern verbal warning...
  • Rematt 2010-09-20 22:17
    ZD-KYOTOは京都風俗を紹介
  • cindy 2010-12-21 09:40
    find for all kinds of watches and women handbags

    A Lange & Sohne watches
    http://replica038.com/a-lange-sohne-watches.html

    Audemars Piguet watches
    http://replica038.com/audemars-piguet-watches.html

    Ulysse Nardin watches
    http://replica038.com/ulysse-nardin-watches.html

    Vacheron Constantin watches
    http://replica038.com/vacheron-constantin-watches.html
  • jgdr20 2011-01-19 11:18
    I'm sad to say my University had the same issue. I wept for the fate of mankind that day.