MSN Spam Examples
June 16, 2006: http://2006-bmw-x5.blogspot.com/ appears as the top MSN Search result for “2006 bmw x5” (Figure A1). If you click on the Cached page link, you will see the page that was presented to the crawler (Figure A2), which contains many repetitions of keywords like “2006 BMW X5”, “2006 BMW”, “BMW X5”, etc. The page looks very different from what you see if you click on the actual link (Figure A3): this page serves ads from http://speedsearcher.net/search/search.php?q=BMW%20X5&f=2006%20BMW%20X5&said=speed&dor=http%3A//2006-bmw-x5.blogspot.com/, some are relevant to BMW X5 but others are irrelevant. The splog URL http://2006-bmw-x5.blogspot.com/ is spammed at http://www.aacd.com/forums/read.php?f=4&i=2212&t=2212 (Figure A4) and many other places.
June 17, 2006: http://columbus-motor-scooters-5.blogspot.com
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June 16, 2006: http://2006-bmw-m3.blogspot.com appears as the top MSN Search result for “2006 bmw m3” (Figure C1) and serves ads from http://speedsearcher.net/search/search.php?q=bmw&f=2006%20bmw%20m3&said=speed&dor=http%3a//2006-bmw-m3.blogspot.com (Figure C2). Although the browser window title says “2006 BMW M3” and the heading of the page also says “2006 BMW M3”, none of the ads appear to be relevant to “2006 BMW M3”. The splog URL http://2006-bmw-m3.blogspot.com is spammed at http://www.cancun.net/phorum/read.php?16,313097 (Figure C3) and many other places.