the report from the spambox front

as part of daily maint, where i read midnight logs from 20+ systems etc,
i scan my spambox to make sure nothing falls through, and indeed catch
one or two daily. but the spam is a source of great amusement. the
internet is an wondrous place.

the number of messages offering help for the serious bedbug problem has
been dropping off recently. so there really is hope we are winning the
war on the bedbug front. whew!

fedex has so many dell xps laptops in transit to me that storing them
looks to become a serious problem. anyone with some space in a storage
locker near jimbocho?

zita would really like to take advantage of all the free lobsters, but
there is no red lobster we know of in tokyo [0]. as tokyo has
everything, i am sure i could find one. but will they take an american

a lot of russians are still trying to draw my attention to something
which is obviously important. anyone out there read russian? i hope it
is not something critical, like news on the bedbugs in moscow.

we would love to take advantage of all the great clearance sales on
fords, but the cost of garaging a car, especially a large one, in tokyo
is a bit steep.

randy, who has to run out to the accountant to keep up with all the
       fraud monitoring reports on my bank accounts and credit cards in
       the caymans.

How do you then escape all the Canadian Pharmacy ads with a business license in New Zealand sent via compromised free email accounts?

Lyle Giese
LCR Computer Services, Inc.

These three are the same spammer (who is hitting my traps as well,
heavily and regularly)

He gets so many subnets from one provider after the other, and dumps
them when they're blocked (within a day or two), that I wonder whether
v4 is actually running out at all ..

At least multiple /28s is a bit better IP allocation wise (though
rather tougher for my filters to keep track of) than Romanian LIRs
handing every spammer that asks a /15, anytime they want.