|A spam revolution
||[Mar. 4th, 2017|09:38 am]
This year has brought me something new in the way of spam. Where once the 'sender's name' tended to be garbled, implausible or just plain alphabet soup, I am now receiving a lot of spam which claims to have been sent by people with perfectly normal names. For the record, this is all on one of my mail accounts, and mostly - though not invariably - promoting loyalty bonuses at US shops (despite the account in question being a .co.uk).
This morning's example came from Daniel Webster.