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June 29, 2011, 07:20:42 PM
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The domain BitHyip.com is being spammed to the leaked Mt. Gox email address list.  I am not sure whether the spam is sent by BitHyip.com itself or a rogue affiliate.  Here's what the spams look like:

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From: Jasper <Jasper@gmail.com>
To: <hacked.mt-gox.email.address>
Subject: Bitcoin Investment Program - BitHyip.com
Reply-To: anons####@gmail.com

Hello,

I've found an aweomse opportunity to invest our bitcoin safely.
Based on a HYIP concept BitHyip offer upto 150% in return after 5 days.

They also provide a daily profit plan !

Please use my referal link to signup.
Email me back and i will send my referal bonus to you !

http://www.bithyip.com/?ref=jasper

Talk to your friends about this awesome news !

Jasper.

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If the owners of bithyip.com are here, they need to respond to this, and disable the account of this user and any other that is spamming the Mt. Gox email list. :/  That's *really* scummy behavior.

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June 29, 2011, 07:24:05 PM
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They claim denial, Gox users would have never used them anyways based on how they were advertised, everyone forgets in a month.

The high-yield investment program spammer wins.

Somebody do something to change this.

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June 29, 2011, 07:26:28 PM
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yeah f you jasper  Angry

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June 29, 2011, 07:28:35 PM
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Well, the site's down. I wonder what vulnerability someone found! It already did strange stuff such as echoing SQL statements...
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