I just received a mail in which I was thanked for my interest in staying in Bombay and requesting the accompaniment of some Indish girls (read: prostitutes), along with a list of the rates per hour etc.
Attached to it was the original message that was sent in my name. Needless to say, this was one of the many worm mails.
What intriguises me is this: Spammers are always looking for verified email addresses. Often an address is verified once an email is received by the spammer. Nowadays however, receiving a mail is no longer an indication for anything as they are sent out randomly from one point to the other. Maybe this has some bearing on the value of verified email address databases that can be bought in order to spam more effectively. With all those worms, many bogus addresses (obsolete and non-existing ones) will end up in such databases. This clearly decreases their value to spammers.
Oh, how I hope that this is so!