Someone has harvested my address

Phil Reynolds phil-gpg at
Mon Sep 8 00:26:31 CEST 2008

Quoting "Bill Royds" <apple at>:

 > If you have added that address to a public PGP key server, that will 
> be the reason. spammers have been harvesting key servers within the 
> domain for several years.

I haven't - and I was aware of that harvesting.

> As well, anything sent to a public list like this may be archived on 
> web pages, inviting harvest for spam.

Yes, that was another thing I knew could happen. It just strikes me as a little strange that this one was the first hit.

Phil Reynolds
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