The product for the next great wave of spam (if it hasn’t already happened already): Tamiflu. Or Tamiflu-copycats.
“Spammers are registering hundreds of domain names to market and sell bird flu medication,” said Mark Adams, Technical Support Director for SpamStopsHere. “At one point we were blocking over 150,000 bird flu related spam emails per day. We expect that as media coverage and public concern increases, the bird flu spam problem will get much worse before it gets better.”