[Full-disclosure] Windows Live profile spam
larry at larryseltzer.com
Sun Jun 14 16:25:47 BST 2009
I’ve never before received anything like this for Windows Live. I got a second invite just like this through Live Messenger.
(Soon this will be changing to Bing profile spam)
Contributing Editor, PC Magazine
larry_seltzer at ziffdavis.com
From: Windows Live [mailto:request-5581cc6e237e2bd1 at live.com]
Sent: Sunday, June 14, 2009 11:05 AM
To: Larry Seltzer
Subject: Join Jeff Partridge's network on Windows Live
Join Jeff Partridge <http://cid-5581CC6E237E2BD1.profile.live.com/> 's network on Windows Live
View invitation <http://cid-ABF2CCECB4B95520.profile.live.com/messages/invitations.aspx?emailt=8ed24009dcde1e021%3aeCW0v47POCaOag4YHkZf74AQQ9H%2fdpv6Zrmi5pInnEd8X2tuN%2fXw7Vm%2bsoRBbkmZSxcJwA8E2i0%3d>
View profile <http://cid-5581CC6E237E2BD1.profile.live.com/>
Please don't panic!
This is something Microsoft is starting to garner people on MSN, but any way you slice it, it benefits charities, too. I can't hink of a better reason to pay attention to this invitation: don't do it for me, don't do it for them, do it for all of us!
Accept this invitation and you'll appear on each other's online profiles and can chat using Windows Live Messenger.
Change who can send you invitations and requests <http://profile.live.com/Communication>
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