Keyserver spam example

Jerry gnupg.user at
Fri Jun 11 12:23:25 CEST 2010

On Fri, 11 Jun 2010 09:15:56 +0200
Werner Koch <wk at> articulated:

> On Fri, 11 Jun 2010 02:16, expires2010 at said:
> > delete them if they don't. Or one message to everybody with a
> > customised subject line for each. Alternatively, those of us who are
> That is a good idea.  I was thinking of bisecting the mailing list to
> make sure that test mails receive the culprit as actual mailing list
> posts.  But lets try the simple solution first.
> > fed up with the messages could simply filter them out ourselves. (-;
> That is actually much easier.

The "FreeBSD" mailing lists are also getting hammered with this crap.
Someone has a seriously warped sense of humor.

You might want to check this out:

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	Dan Quayle
	US Republican politician (1947 - )
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