December 28, 2005 7:37 AM PST

AOL: Trump, 'penis patch' dominate 2005 spam

Ads hawking body enhancements, mentions of The Donald topped year's junk e-mail. Porn spam dropped in popularity.

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Of course
Of course, spammers are not stupid, they know that by now most people will not look at porn emails. If they can compose a message that appeals to as many people as possible then they will use that. Porn appeals mostly to males so there you have already lost 50% of the market

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There is a solution
Actually I have been working on new email system that is anti-spam,you can actually prevent spam in first place with it.
Its cheap (software based) and works 99.9% ,best thing you can use only ONE email address.
For spammers or hackers to bypass it it would take way too much resources and time to make it worth.
Only problem I have is to protect idea before going public.
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Spammer
You are a spammer...dufus.
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You don't know how happy you've made us...
...to find a way to line up the Donald next to "***** patch" in the same headline... :)
Posted by Razzl (1318 comments )
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go trump!
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