Spammers are advertising a website called smartercareerstarter.com by sending out emails containing a number of sophisticated words randomly placed next to each other.
The question is: what do these words have in common?
floralize collegiality thanksgiving venially prudent communicatee pointlessness flintlock turk pah thronging motorless emulsifiable irregularly wolsey fishmonger suffragan praedial destalinize forecasts jalopy transacts trailblazer hautboys slated foxtrot chalice, abluted supersystem maleab.
identified by millersmiles.co.uk reads:
dastardizes ingenious emblematizes resynchronizing scabietic haematothermal Christophe Christianson tablespoons exponentiation sitar lapped indetermination vagrantises nuzzling misaligned proceeds figurise
Ghibli carniola acids comate paneling Christianiser xxv faff freckle noncivilised Navew sneakiness chemist selenodont, dives directories MDs straightforwardness palazzos.
We haven’t been able to determine if there’s a logic behind the way these intricate words are placed next to each other, but we came up with a few conclusions.
First of all, these words appear in emails that advertise cheap auto insurance, First PREMIER Bank credit cards and other attractive products.
Also, it’s highly probable that these scams aren’t spread only via email. They may be posted on malicious websites as well and this might be an attempt to attract certain victims that may be searching for these words on Google.
We checked many of the words and they’re all dictionary words, even if some of them appear to be made up for the purpose of the scam.
Finally, this may be an attempt to confuse the recipient. It’s well known that the most successful cybercriminal campaigns rely on the victim’s curiosity and naivety.
Whichever the case may be, we strongly advise users not to click on the links contained in such emails. Smartercareerstarter.com
is currently offline so we couldn’t precisely determine what’s in store for the victims of this plot, but judging by the aggressive spam campaign that’s advertising it, it couldn’t be something too nice.