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Of the 3610 total posts on Wednesday, 10/29/2014, automatic tests showed that there were 31
non-spam posts, 4 possible spam posts, and 3575 likely spam posts which were automatically
marked and hidden. Also, there were 27345 accesses avoided from 1917 blocked addresses,
and 67 post attempts from 30 addresses avoided by pre-condition tests.
35 likely non-spam posts and all older posts, 1 was marked as spam by users.
although i haven't seen any spam like this in my inbox lately, i did used to get some very authentic-looking spam purporting to be from PayPal (and before that, from eBay). usually the message would say something about a possible problem or some suspicious activity on my account or something, and it would urge me to log onto my account to just verify all was as it should be. the notes would helpfully provide a link for my convenience, and in at least some cases the link(s) took me to a log-on page that looked like the real thing. however, the pages are only fronts so as to get your log-on name and password, so the scammers could then go along to the real thing and clean you out. a friend of mine almost got scammed that way until her roommate happened to walk by, noticed my friend was about to log into her PayPal account using the link in the spam, and stopped her. to help convince my friend the e.mail was bogus, her roommate convinced her to log into PayPal directly from the web by typing the url in herself, and sure enough, my friend found there was nothing wrong with her account after all.