TELECOM Digest OnLine - Sorted: Members Urged to Get Out Members Urged to Get Out

Staci Saldana (
8 May 2006 10:02:35 -0700

[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: The message which follows was sent to
many folks over the weekend -- not just once, but in some instances
such as myself, a dozen or more times, by the spammers who broke
into Blue Security's data base. PAT]

Dear Blue Frog Member,

As a follow-up to our previous emails, and, as promised, we are
stepping up in the fight against Blue Security.

The Blue Frog member email database has been compromised, and is
currently being distributed worldwide to spammers and to the
public. Attached to this email, you will find a zip file of the Blue
Frog database, which includes your own personal or business email
address(es). If you have not uninstalled Blue Frog yet, we highly
suggest you do so now in order to avoid your involvement in this war
any further.

Leaving your email address on the Blue Frog list is a risky choice, as
we will uphold our promise not only to increase your spam by 20 times
the amount you are receiving now, but to continue to make this list
publically available as well. Also, as the Blue Frog member database
is updated, we will find more creative ways in which to use it, and
frequently release it to whomever we wish.

Blue Security, Inc

[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: But if you _do_ leave your name on the
list (the .zip file by the way is not attached here) Blue Security
will continue to demand apologies and removals from the spammers'
lists. And by the way, the .zip file with all the names and email
addresses of other netters was also send with a virus-worm enclosed
in it for your convenience. PAT]

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