They are much tinier than their hundred URL laden predecessors, but the newst breed of WordPress spam roaches are awfully deceiving- these are all critters who had their little legs caught in SpamKarma 2 (only because I have set it to require moderation for all posts):
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Can I subscribe to this blogs feed? Newbie in Phoenix
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These are actually quite human sounding (some even flattering), and the roachiness appears in a single URL, in the repetition (though these are often spaced hours apart). I’ve found it worthwhile to let them queue up a bit in the SpamKarma 2 moderation pile for a while.
The post "Spam Roachlets" was originally dropped like a smoking hot potato at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2006/02/spam-roachlets/) on February 3, 2006.