Monday, May 22, 2006

Sensatttttionnnaaalll revolution in medicine with typos, #1

Of the kind that I was annoyed by earlier.
Of the billion different ways to typo sensational revolution in medicine.

Here we go, let's hunt them back one by one.

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Date: Tue, 23 May 2006 02:03:16 +0600
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From: "Brady Carr" Add to Address Book Add Mobile Alert
To: [another email address showing here]
Subject: Order Delivery
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-S'ensationall revoolution in m'edicine!

-E'n'l'a'r'g'e your p''enis up to 10 cm or up to 4 inches!

-It's herbal solution what hasn't side effect, but has 100% guaranted

-Don't lose your chance and but know wihtout doubts, you will be
impressed with results!

Clisk here:

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propylene scapegoat brindisi deplore emit franchise bluebird silty tic
spin mathews field energy pottery chemisorption transverse freetown
anhydrite apparent census
cagey knickerbocker vita somers supply postpone aspire chosen
gretchen centerpiece coercion dragnet rebuke interception thiocyanate
caveman fin rotc ink sculptor staircase switchboard sextuple

Of which we can find out the following :

Domain ID:D13489530-LRMS
Domain Name:YAOPH.INFO
Created On:20-May-2006 22:14:42 UTC
Last Updated On:21-May-2006 07:52:05 UTC
Expiration Date:20-May-2007 22:14:42 UTC
Sponsoring, Inc. (R318-LRMS)
Registrant ID:DI_3042873
Registrant Name:emmanuel muller
Registrant Organization:emmanuel
Registrant Street1:rue des colimacons 15
Registrant Street2:
Registrant Street3:
Registrant City:clermont
Registrant State/Province:NA
Registrant Postal Code:60600
Registrant Country:FR
Registrant Phone:+1.33344503520
Registrant Phone Ext.:
Registrant FAX:+1.33344503520
Registrant FAX Ext.:
Registrant Email:
Admin ID:DI_3042873
Admin Name:emmanuel muller
Admin Organization:emmanuel
Admin Street1:rue des colimacons 15
Admin Street2:
Admin Street3:
Admin City:clermont
Admin State/Province:NA
Admin Postal Code:60600
Admin Country:FR
Admin Phone:+1.33344503520
Admin Phone Ext.:
Admin FAX:+1.33344503520
Admin FAX Ext.:
Admin Email:
Billing ID:DI_3042873
Billing Name:emmanuel muller
Billing Organization:emmanuel
Billing Street1:rue des colimacons 15
Billing Street2:
Billing Street3:
Billing City:clermont
Billing State/Province:NA
Billing Postal Code:60600
Billing Country:FR
Billing Phone:+1.33344503520
Billing Phone Ext.:
Billing FAX:+1.33344503520
Billing FAX Ext.:
Billing Email:
Tech ID:DI_3042873
Tech Name:emmanuel muller
Tech Organization:emmanuel
Tech Street1:rue des colimacons 15
Tech Street2:
Tech Street3:
Tech City:clermont
Tech State/Province:NA
Tech Postal Code:60600
Tech Country:FR
Tech Phone:+1.33344503520
Tech Phone Ext.:
Tech FAX:+1.33344503520
Tech FAX Ext.:
Tech Email:

Of which ... shows the following ... bulk registrations - "Bulk registrations. Search and register up to 300 names at once
Bulk Transfers - Transfer up to 100 names at once
Bulk renewals - Renew a single, multiple or all of your names at once" - now please someone come up with ONE legitimate reason for bulk registrations? Apart of spam, I can't find any, not a single reasson.

Well, as they promise the following
"We provide you your own unique spam-filtered email address. We scrub and spam/virus filter all emails sent to your Spam Filtered email address" the least we could expect from them is to not host sites that send me spam.

The minimum we can come up with the domain registration details is the following:

- the phone number is not valid. It is not a valid phone number for nor USA neither France.
- the address is not valid. Again a confusion by registrant about the country they were residing in.
- email address MAY be valid but it's on a Russian site, which makes both the phone and physical address details even less affidable.

part #2

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