Regardless of how the rest of your day goes, here's something to be happy about -- today one of your donated MXs helped to identify a previously unknown email harvester (IP: 18.104.22.168). The harvester was caught by a spam trap email address created with your donated MX:
You can find information about your newly identified harvester here:
Don't forget to tell your friends you made the Internet a little better today. You can refer them to Project Honey Pot directly from our website:
You've chosen to receive this message every time one of your honey pots or donated MXs helps identify a new harvester. We don't blame you, we're constantly checking in to see what we've caught. However, if you're sick of these messages, you can turn them off by visiting your settings page:
Thanks from the entire Project Honey Pot team and, we're sure if they knew, from the Internet community as a whole.
Comment spammers are thick on social networking sites like Digg most of their comments include a link back to a bogus site. If you go to their profile you will see all of the spam they have posted and it is easy to bury from there. Post a link to that page here and we can all bury it as spam.
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