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I keep getting e-cards being sent with jibberish as the user and body of the card.
Do you know anything about this, what the senders game is? Is it fishing, or attempts at id theft?
Here's an example:
email: qtoqzx @ kjdzsh . com
Body text of the sent ecard:
wVkukG ezalytsxygph, [url = http:// ypagrbwuiysx . com]y pagrbwuiysx[/url], [link=http://hxhoejcaymsr . com/] hxhoejcaymsr[/link], http://ygxfxptwyofa . com/
(I broke apart the links so they wouldn't be active)
They are always being sent with different names and ip addresses so I can't just ban them.
Its probably web bots auto submitting the form.