Welcome to the
Wild Wild Web

Carl Mercier (@cmercier)
Director of software development, Websense Inc.
Founder, Defensio.c...
!"#$%&'()*+%)',")!+#&-.)/"0

We protect your website from spam,
      malicious content,
unwanted URLs and profanity.


  ...
Stats provided by

    Websense’s Threat-Seeker Network

•   Patent-pending




                                         O...
Stats provided by

    Websense’s Threat-Seeker Network

•   Patent-pending
•   Discover & classify Internet threats and t...
Stats provided by

    Websense’s Threat-Seeker Network

•   Patent-pending
•   Discover & classify Internet threats and t...
Stats provided by

    Websense’s Threat-Seeker Network

•   Patent-pending
•   Discover & classify Internet threats and t...
Stats provided by

    Websense’s Threat-Seeker Network

•   Patent-pending
•   Discover & classify Internet threats and t...
Stats provided by

    Websense’s Threat-Seeker Network

•   Patent-pending
•   Discover & classify Internet threats and t...
Today’s web is...




                    wild.

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...and SCARY
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Identify the threats




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how to protect yourself...


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Once upon a time...
                                                         Web 1.0



 This NeXT Computer used by Sir Ti...
Web 1.0

•   Mostly informative, very little social interaction




                                                      ...
Web 1.0

•   Mostly informative, very little social interaction

•   Reminds me of an “online magazine”




              ...
Web 1.0

•   Mostly informative, very little social interaction

•   Reminds me of an “online magazine”

•   Content was g...
Web 1.0

•   Mostly informative, very little social interaction

•   Reminds me of an “online magazine”

•   Content was g...
Web 1.0

•   Mostly informative, very little social interaction

•   Reminds me of an “online magazine”

•   Content was g...
Web 1.0

•   Mostly informative, very little social interaction

•   Reminds me of an “online magazine”

•   Content was g...
O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
Web 2.0
aka the Social Web




                     O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
Web 2.0
                               aka the Social Web



•   Rich audio/video content




                            ...
Web 2.0
                               aka the Social Web



•   Rich audio/video content

•   Highly dynamic content




...
Web 2.0
                               aka the Social Web



•   Rich audio/video content

•   Highly dynamic content

•  ...
Web 2.0
                               aka the Social Web



•   Rich audio/video content

•   Highly dynamic content

•  ...
Web 2.0
                               aka the Social Web



•   Rich audio/video content

•   Highly dynamic content

•  ...
Typepad

WordPress
               Blogs
                                  Blogger

               Wikis
                  ...
Twitter
   LinkedIn
                          Ning


      Social Networks
                            MySpace
Facebook

 ...
UserVoice


  Discussion & Support
        Forums
Google Groups

                   Yahoo! Finance

                      ...
¡Viva La Revolución!


                   O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
UGC is GREAT...
User-Generated Content


                         Encourage it.




                                      ...
It gets your
users involved


                 O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
Build communities


                    O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
Users can generate
new content faster than
    you ever could

                     O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
They’ll want to
  come back
  reddit.com is a great example of this



                                          O U T S M...
But like with many great things of this world,


   Protect Yourself!


                                                 O...
Security threat
       if not
recognized as such

                     O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
Protection on the web is
  often overlooked


                       O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
2 big families of
unwanted content


                     O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
Viagra
 Male Enhancement             Casino

                                   Steroids

Ringtones          SPAM
        ...
Phishing
           Malware
                                    Trojans
Rogue AV


      Malicious Content
       Viruses ...
~90-95% of all UGC is
     unwanted


                   O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
71% of websites
 with malicious code are
legitimate sites
     that have been
compromised.
                           O U ...
13.7% of the
top 100 Google results
      for hot/trending topics

    are malicious

                                O U ...
O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
Malicious websites increase


  233% increase H2 2009



                         O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
Malicious websites increase


  233% increase H2 2009
   671% increase in 2009

                         O U T S M A R T I...
Who’s at risk?



                 O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
Top web properties

•   my.barackobama.com   •   LinkedIn

•   Digg                 •   Friendster

•   Sony Pictures     ...
...and just about

any website



                      O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
...and just about

  any website
including yours.

                        O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
washingtonpost.com




                     O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
washingtonpost.com


      All junk!




                     O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
digg.com




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digg.com




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Posted 15 days ago, links to a site that did not yet exist.

        Target site registered 13 days ago!

                ...
my.barackobama.com




                 O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
my.barackobama.com




                 O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
my.barackobama.com




                 O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
Are you legally liable?



                      O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
Are you legally liable?

     Talk to your attorney...



                                O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S ...
Why?
I don’t deserve this!
      It’s a cruel world.




                            O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
Why?

•   Money. Big Money.




                           O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
Why?

•   Money. Big Money.
•   Additional vector for spreading Vi@gra, pr0n,
    ringt0nes




                          ...
Why?

•   Money. Big Money.
•   Additional vector for spreading Vi@gra, pr0n,
    ringt0nes
•   Inexpensive




          ...
Why?

•   Money. Big Money.
•   Additional vector for spreading Vi@gra, pr0n,
    ringt0nes
•   Inexpensive
•   Less defen...
Why?

•   Money. Big Money.
•   Additional vector for spreading Vi@gra, pr0n,
    ringt0nes
•   Inexpensive
•   Less defen...
The average semi-active blog


•   10,000 to 50,000 unwanted comments / mo




                                           ...
The average semi-active blog


•   10,000 to 50,000 unwanted comments / mo
•   Over 100,000 spam or malicious URLs




   ...
The average semi-active blog


•   10,000 to 50,000 unwanted comments / mo
•   Over 100,000 spam or malicious URLs
•   5% ...
The average semi-active blog


•   10,000 to 50,000 unwanted comments / mo
•   Over 100,000 spam or malicious URLs
•   5% ...
Differences to e-mail spam

•   Follows current events more closely
    •   Barack Obama

    •   Superbowl

    •   NCAA ...
Differences to e-mail spam

•   Follows current events more closely
    •   Barack Obama

    •   Superbowl

    •   NCAA ...
Differences to e-mail spam

•   Use of BOT is less
    •   Outsourced to humans




                               O U T S...
Differences to e-mail spam

•   Use of BOT is less
    •   Outsourced to humans

•   Your site will likely be spammed with...
Differences to e-mail spam

•   Use of BOT is less
    •   Outsourced to humans

•   Your site will likely be spammed with...
Differences to e-mail spam

•   Use of BOT is less
    •   Outsourced to humans

•   Your site will likely be spammed with...
Similarities to e-mail spam


•   Email and web spam often link to the same sites




                                    ...
Similarities to e-mail spam


•   Email and web spam often link to the same sites
•   Similar motives, likely same people
...
Similarities to e-mail spam


•   Email and web spam often link to the same sites
•   Similar motives, likely same people
...
Ok, I’m convinced.

How do I protect myself?


                           O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
You could...




          Block China...

                     Not really.




                                   O U T S...
Where malicious sites are hosted
             December 2009




                                   O U T S M A R T I N G E...
Require login...


                   O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
Captcha




          O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
Captchas
DON’T WORK.
 see http://caca.zoy.org/wiki/PWNtcha




                                        O U T S M A R T I N...
JavaScript detection


                       O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
Doing it yourself is
   a bad idea.


                       O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
You should
deal with experts.


                     O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M




•   Spam & malicious code protection for your web application




               ...
O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M




•   Spam & malicious code protection for your web application

•   Leveraging Web...
O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M




•   Spam & malicious code protection for your web application

•   Leveraging Web...
O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M




•   Spam & malicious code protection for your web application

•   Leveraging Web...
O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M




•   Spam & malicious code protection for your web application

•   Leveraging Web...
O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M




•   Spam & malicious code protection for your web application

•   Leveraging Web...
O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M




•   Spam & malicious code protection for your web application

•   Leveraging Web...
Other: Akismet & Mollom



•   Spam only




                     O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
Other: Akismet & Mollom



•   Spam only
•   No malware or 0-day protection




                                     O U T...
O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
Questions?

                  Twitter: @cmercier and @defensio
                    Email: cmercier@websense.com
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  1. 1. Welcome to the Wild Wild Web Carl Mercier (@cmercier) Director of software development, Websense Inc. Founder, Defensio.com cmercier@websense.com O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  2. 2. !"#$%&'()*+%)',")!+#&-.)/"0 We protect your website from spam, malicious content, unwanted URLs and profanity. O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  3. 3. Stats provided by Websense’s Threat-Seeker Network • Patent-pending O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  4. 4. Stats provided by Websense’s Threat-Seeker Network • Patent-pending • Discover & classify Internet threats and trends O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  5. 5. Stats provided by Websense’s Threat-Seeker Network • Patent-pending • Discover & classify Internet threats and trends • One BILLION pieces of content O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  6. 6. Stats provided by Websense’s Threat-Seeker Network • Patent-pending • Discover & classify Internet threats and trends • One BILLION pieces of content • Daily! O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  7. 7. Stats provided by Websense’s Threat-Seeker Network • Patent-pending • Discover & classify Internet threats and trends • One BILLION pieces of content • Daily! • 40 million websites per HOUR scanned O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  8. 8. Stats provided by Websense’s Threat-Seeker Network • Patent-pending • Discover & classify Internet threats and trends • One BILLION pieces of content • Daily! • 40 million websites per HOUR scanned • 50 million real-time data collecting systems O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  9. 9. Today’s web is... wild. O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  10. 10. ...and SCARY O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  11. 11. Identify the threats O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  12. 12. how to protect yourself... O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  13. 13. Once upon a time... Web 1.0 This NeXT Computer used by Sir Tim Berners-Lee at CERN became the first web server. Year 1991. O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  14. 14. Web 1.0 • Mostly informative, very little social interaction O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  15. 15. Web 1.0 • Mostly informative, very little social interaction • Reminds me of an “online magazine” O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  16. 16. Web 1.0 • Mostly informative, very little social interaction • Reminds me of an “online magazine” • Content was generated by webmasters O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  17. 17. Web 1.0 • Mostly informative, very little social interaction • Reminds me of an “online magazine” • Content was generated by webmasters • Very static and rarely changing O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  18. 18. Web 1.0 • Mostly informative, very little social interaction • Reminds me of an “online magazine” • Content was generated by webmasters • Very static and rarely changing • Only “experts” could publish to the Web O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  19. 19. Web 1.0 • Mostly informative, very little social interaction • Reminds me of an “online magazine” • Content was generated by webmasters • Very static and rarely changing • Only “experts” could publish to the Web • Design was not a priority O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  20. 20. O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  21. 21. O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  22. 22. Web 2.0 aka the Social Web O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  23. 23. Web 2.0 aka the Social Web • Rich audio/video content O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  24. 24. Web 2.0 aka the Social Web • Rich audio/video content • Highly dynamic content O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  25. 25. Web 2.0 aka the Social Web • Rich audio/video content • Highly dynamic content • Social interaction is encouraged O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  26. 26. Web 2.0 aka the Social Web • Rich audio/video content • Highly dynamic content • Social interaction is encouraged • Content is partially or entirely generated by users O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  27. 27. Web 2.0 aka the Social Web • Rich audio/video content • Highly dynamic content • Social interaction is encouraged • Content is partially or entirely generated by users • Anybody can publish to the web for free O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  28. 28. Typepad WordPress Blogs Blogger Wikis Wikipedia Movable Type O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  29. 29. Twitter LinkedIn Ning Social Networks MySpace Facebook YouTube O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  30. 30. UserVoice Discussion & Support Forums Google Groups Yahoo! Finance O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  31. 31. ¡Viva La Revolución! O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  32. 32. UGC is GREAT... User-Generated Content Encourage it. O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  33. 33. It gets your users involved O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  34. 34. Build communities O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  35. 35. Users can generate new content faster than you ever could O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  36. 36. They’ll want to come back reddit.com is a great example of this O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  37. 37. But like with many great things of this world, Protect Yourself! O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  38. 38. Security threat if not recognized as such O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  39. 39. Protection on the web is often overlooked O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  40. 40. 2 big families of unwanted content O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  41. 41. Viagra Male Enhancement Casino Steroids Ringtones SPAM Vicodin Pr0n Xanax O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  42. 42. Phishing Malware Trojans Rogue AV Malicious Content Viruses Worms Fraud O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  43. 43. ~90-95% of all UGC is unwanted O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  44. 44. 71% of websites with malicious code are legitimate sites that have been compromised. O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  45. 45. 13.7% of the top 100 Google results for hot/trending topics are malicious O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  46. 46. O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  47. 47. Malicious websites increase 233% increase H2 2009 O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  48. 48. Malicious websites increase 233% increase H2 2009 671% increase in 2009 O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  49. 49. Who’s at risk? O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  50. 50. Top web properties • my.barackobama.com • LinkedIn • Digg • Friendster • Sony Pictures • Washington Post • Google • Reddit • YouTube • bit.ly • Microsoft Live • del.icio.us • Yahoo! • Zillow O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  51. 51. ...and just about any website O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  52. 52. ...and just about any website including yours. O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  53. 53. washingtonpost.com O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  54. 54. washingtonpost.com All junk! O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  55. 55. digg.com O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  56. 56. digg.com O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  57. 57. Posted 15 days ago, links to a site that did not yet exist. Target site registered 13 days ago! O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  58. 58. my.barackobama.com O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  59. 59. my.barackobama.com O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  60. 60. my.barackobama.com O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  61. 61. Are you legally liable? O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  62. 62. Are you legally liable? Talk to your attorney... O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  63. 63. Why? I don’t deserve this! It’s a cruel world. O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  64. 64. Why? • Money. Big Money. O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  65. 65. Why? • Money. Big Money. • Additional vector for spreading Vi@gra, pr0n, ringt0nes O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  66. 66. Why? • Money. Big Money. • Additional vector for spreading Vi@gra, pr0n, ringt0nes • Inexpensive O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  67. 67. Why? • Money. Big Money. • Additional vector for spreading Vi@gra, pr0n, ringt0nes • Inexpensive • Less defense vs email: easy to break in O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  68. 68. Why? • Money. Big Money. • Additional vector for spreading Vi@gra, pr0n, ringt0nes • Inexpensive • Less defense vs email: easy to break in • “Google-Juice” (tm) aka Blackhat SEO O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  69. 69. The average semi-active blog • 10,000 to 50,000 unwanted comments / mo O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  70. 70. The average semi-active blog • 10,000 to 50,000 unwanted comments / mo • Over 100,000 spam or malicious URLs O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  71. 71. The average semi-active blog • 10,000 to 50,000 unwanted comments / mo • Over 100,000 spam or malicious URLs • 5% is phishing or fraud O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  72. 72. The average semi-active blog • 10,000 to 50,000 unwanted comments / mo • Over 100,000 spam or malicious URLs • 5% is phishing or fraud • 1% is malicious exploit O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  73. 73. Differences to e-mail spam • Follows current events more closely • Barack Obama • Superbowl • NCAA March Madness O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  74. 74. Differences to e-mail spam • Follows current events more closely • Barack Obama • Superbowl • NCAA March Madness • Target large web properties • Helps their Google Juice • More people see & click O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  75. 75. Differences to e-mail spam • Use of BOT is less • Outsourced to humans O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  76. 76. Differences to e-mail spam • Use of BOT is less • Outsourced to humans • Your site will likely be spammed within 10 days O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  77. 77. Differences to e-mail spam • Use of BOT is less • Outsourced to humans • Your site will likely be spammed within 10 days • Higher likelihood to link to malicious, phishing, fraud O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  78. 78. Differences to e-mail spam • Use of BOT is less • Outsourced to humans • Your site will likely be spammed within 10 days • Higher likelihood to link to malicious, phishing, fraud • Much less distributed than e-mail spam O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  79. 79. Similarities to e-mail spam • Email and web spam often link to the same sites O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  80. 80. Similarities to e-mail spam • Email and web spam often link to the same sites • Similar motives, likely same people O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  81. 81. Similarities to e-mail spam • Email and web spam often link to the same sites • Similar motives, likely same people • Sometimes use same obfuscation tricks for URLs and hostnames O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  82. 82. Ok, I’m convinced. How do I protect myself? O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  83. 83. You could... Block China... Not really. O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  84. 84. Where malicious sites are hosted December 2009 O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  85. 85. Require login... O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  86. 86. Captcha O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  87. 87. Captchas DON’T WORK. see http://caca.zoy.org/wiki/PWNtcha O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  88. 88. JavaScript detection O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  89. 89. Doing it yourself is a bad idea. O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  90. 90. You should deal with experts. O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  91. 91. O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M • Spam & malicious code protection for your web application O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  92. 92. O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M • Spam & malicious code protection for your web application • Leveraging Websense’s awesome Threat-Seeker Network O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  93. 93. O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M • Spam & malicious code protection for your web application • Leveraging Websense’s awesome Threat-Seeker Network • Protects against 0-day attacks O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  94. 94. O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M • Spam & malicious code protection for your web application • Leveraging Websense’s awesome Threat-Seeker Network • Protects against 0-day attacks • Asynchronous: doesn’t slow down your site O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  95. 95. O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M • Spam & malicious code protection for your web application • Leveraging Websense’s awesome Threat-Seeker Network • Protects against 0-day attacks • Asynchronous: doesn’t slow down your site • Learns and improves based on your content O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  96. 96. O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M • Spam & malicious code protection for your web application • Leveraging Websense’s awesome Threat-Seeker Network • Protects against 0-day attacks • Asynchronous: doesn’t slow down your site • Learns and improves based on your content • Completely transparent to users O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  97. 97. O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M • Spam & malicious code protection for your web application • Leveraging Websense’s awesome Threat-Seeker Network • Protects against 0-day attacks • Asynchronous: doesn’t slow down your site • Learns and improves based on your content • Completely transparent to users • Facebook protection O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  98. 98. Other: Akismet & Mollom • Spam only O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  99. 99. Other: Akismet & Mollom • Spam only • No malware or 0-day protection O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  100. 100. O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M
  101. 101. Questions? Twitter: @cmercier and @defensio Email: cmercier@websense.com Web: www.defensio.com O U T S M A R T I N G E V I L S PA M

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