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How to get pregnant from an exploit in a spam email



An exploit in an email sent to thousands of moms in the Philippines can make them pregnant if a woman uses it repeatedly.

The email, sent by the anti-spam group Moms, said they were interested in “receiving a sample from you, your mother, or your boyfriend or husband” and that they had “recently found a new exploit for the email, which allows the sender to obtain an exploit for an Android or iOS app” and potentially infect the phone of the mother.

The message says the mother was “fantastic” to receive it, but it was not clear if she was pregnant.

“It is not a real virus, but a virus with a real bug, which has the potential to spread to millions of users worldwide,” the email said.

“This bug has been found and reported to us by our partners and we are looking into the matter.

The issue may be very serious, so we will update you when we have more information.”

The Moms website said the email was sent to mothers, but the mothers on the mailing list were only contacted by one of the group’s members, a “bored mom.”

A screenshot of the email sent by Moms.

source Moms/Twitter”We got the message from our friend [who] sent it to mom [sic],” the email says.

“She was excited to receive the email.

But as soon as she opened it, she started getting sick.

Her symptoms were so bad, she was hospitalized.”

Moms’ email list was reportedly dominated by mothers with young children, but other mothers were among those who were infected, too.

“Some of them were really interested in receiving the email,” said Dr. Enrique Garcia, an obstetrician at the Philippine National University Medical College, who treated one of them.

“We have some of them with babies, but some of their babies were born with birth defects.”

Dr. Garcia said the mother’s symptoms were similar to that of a person who was infected with the Heartbleed bug, the bug that caused the first public breach of the Internet.

Heartblee was a bug in Internet-based services used by many companies, including Google, Yahoo and Facebook.

“The severity of the virus was so bad that we had to take them off of their networks for a few days, because the severity was so severe,” Dr. Garcia told The Hill.

Heartblee has since been patched, but Heartbleee remains vulnerable to attacks, especially those from China and Russia.

Affected by Heartbleey, Heartbleede is not only the most widely used bug in the world, but also the most common among mobile devices.

In the Philippines, it infects millions of smartphones and tablets, and it has been used to spread malware in countries such as Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Brazil, Egypt and China.

Moms has said that the group is working on a plan to get the email back on its list.

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