Monday, September 12, 2005

Would jrubin3546@aol.com please just fuck off

To use a phrase so memorably coined by Mr Stuart.

Those of you who, having stumbled upon this page of rantings, have looked deeper into the world of Sir Benfro will have realised that I have a website. People of cat-like curiosity may have discovered that, among the self-publicity and other meaningless drivel on that website, there is a simple form-based page which allows people to contact me. I learned the hard way not to put Mailto: links on my site (I still get endless spam addressed to various addresses I've had to abandon, but at least they're easy to filter out).

Lately however, I've been receiving ten or more 'queries' a day from my website as some genius tries to hack into it through the contact page. Generally this takes the form of putting a whole load of header information into the comments box, including a bcc: jrubin3546@aol.com, generating a random email address for the reply field and then sending the whole lot to me. If it wasn't so annoying it would be almost laughably pathetic.

I've outed him now - and jrubin must be a 'he' - I'm getting an image of a pale-faced, spotty geek, furtively masturbating in his darkened bedroom over badly photoshop-faked images of minor celebrities with their kit off. This is probably the loser who found my site by typing 'e-books to download for free about masturbating for guys'. Hopefully if I type jrubin3546@aol.com enough times, the spambots will pick it up and start bombarding him with offers of big willies, strange-tasting pills and the chance to work in Nigerian finance.

A fitting revenge, unless his email account's been hijacked by someone else.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

piracy affects porn but it's still winner during the crunch

January 03, 2010 12:15 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any idea how credit crunch affected porn?

January 06, 2010 11:42 pm  

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