Spammers

I often ignore emails if they don’t seem relevant to me, but I received this email, and several follow-up emails that I said to myself “hey, I’ll read this and figure out what they wanted.”

So, let’s look at this together!

First thing I noticed was that the article he has here is similar to the URL of where my blog post ACTUALLY is, https://blog.secureideas.com/2018/10/gosh-darn-policy-requirements.html which is obvious to me, because I worked at Secure Ideas, no idea what securityboulevard is, so I hovered over the link and it goes to this weird place:

In fact, all of the links go to that URL. So, I Google “venngage” and venngage.com (not venngage.co) is an actual site with design tools on it.

I’m too lazy to follow this any further, but c’mon guys, you’re junking up my mailbox.

 

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