Need EXPERT, virus, spam person to explain this.

Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by inscrewtable, Jan 21, 2011.

  1. inscrewtable macrumors 65816

    inscrewtable

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    I am just curious. My only interest is ONLY because, it is obviously some sort of Windows scam bot thing or something nasty and I know it's irrelevant to me but I want some help in seeing what and how it is meant to work.


    OK I get a computer nonesense email that is designed to bypass spam filters..

    now you can be someone garmn if you wait you might not get the chance the information I learned is invaluable money is the answer to everyones issues the steps you will take are easy to follow http://goo.gl/lCS14 the potential is here you really need to absolutely be very successful now I really just wanted to share this with you

    OK fine we all know that whatever happens don't click the link. I mean look at it. Usually I might mouse over it for fun and then check out what is really happening. Once in the past it showed a christian website as the mousover host and it led to a porn site. OK I just let the christian site know that they are actually hosting porn content in a secret directory. I told them I don't know anything about how this works but if they type in the address I gave them which is www.theirsite.com/funnypath they will see it.

    OK so I thought this would be the same and just clicked on it for fun, while watching the url bar all I could make out as it flashed and changed before my eyes was psalms.com so I thought it was the same thing but it did not lead to a porn site scam it let to http://nbc10online.com/ which doesn't seem to go anywhere. When I clicked on the original link again to watch what else flashed up, I could not see psalms.com all I noticed as it was so quick was some sort of search string.

    I thought maybe the nbc site is just pretending to be nbc and there are all sorts of dodgy stuff on it. Maybe just going there is enough. I don't know. But, I am interested because it's meant to do something and I can't for the life of me work out what it is.

    I suspect if it is nasty that it is PC only so I'm not particularly worried and I'm not being mr citizen trying to warn anyone of something. I'm purely fascinated to know what is supposed to be going on because I it must be something and it looks so innocuous.

    I suspect that some clever person here will be able to use long message header or some other stuff I know nothing about to explain what the actual scam here is. Just out of interest only. Thanks.
     
  2. simsaladimbamba

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    They want you to click here:

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    And the header should remind you of your miserable credit score and convince you to click on the link, as this german hausfrau can work from home, why can't you.

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    Or am I misunderstanding you?

     

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