December 2nd, 2004

Neko (lofulah)

WARNING: Comcast E-mail phishing.

Or whatever it's called. spoofing? No, that's pretending to be someone else, and they don't even come close. Dumbasses.

Anyways, basic headers are:
From: comcast@comcast.m0.net
Subject: An Exclusive Offer For Comcast Customers!
Date: December 2, 2004 2:01:01 PM CST
To: ben.juang@comcast.net
Reply-To: comcast@comcast.m0.net

NOTE: Subject.
NOTE: From: address (see how it's not comcast.net, but comcast.m0.net? so essentially, it's the m0.net domain, with the comcast subdomain.)


E-mail body snippit (very end of the e-mail):
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....Question about your claim? Call 1-800-631-0258.

© 2004 Comcast and Philips, Inc. All rights reserved.


This email is an advertisement.

You're receiving this email because, as a Comcast customer, you've opted in to receive information about Comcast products and services. If you do not wish to receive emails like this in the future, please click here.
http : // comcast.m0.net/m/s.asp ? HB17010885407X4289823X531493Xben.juang%40comcast.net

Comcast respects your privacy. For a complete description of our privacy policy, click here.

Comcast Cable, 1500 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
Attn: e-Marketing
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