Thursday, September 08, 2005


*****SPAM***** now pay just one dollar forty cents per dose of viagr.a

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Content preview: Did you know that the generic version contains the
exact same ingredients as the brand name equivalent? Now available at
this pharmacy: cellebrex, cialis, effexor, zoloft, and more. We can
process your online prescription immediately, and expedite delivery.

Content analysis details: (10.1 points, 5.0 required)

pts rule name description
---- ---------------------- --------------------------------------------------
2.7 SUBJECT_DRUG_GAP_VIA Subject contains a gappy version of 'viagra'
1.1 HTML_50_60 BODY: Message is 50% to 60% HTML
1.2 MIME_HTML_ONLY BODY: Message only has text/html MIME parts
0.0 HTML_MESSAGE BODY: HTML included in message
0.0 MIME_BASE64_NO_NAME RAW: base64 attachment does not have a file name
1.8 MIME_BASE64_TEXT RAW: Message text disguised using base64 encoding
1.2 DRUGS_ERECTILE Refers to an erectile drug
2.1 DRUGS_ERECTILE_OBFU Obfuscated reference to an erectile drug

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