Ten years ago the internet looked very different than it does now. Today, web designers have more options and standards to make a website stand out. Do you recall when most sites used clashing colors, font types, and animated gifs? It seems that website spammers haven’t forgotten those days.
We often find spam hidden in more or less sophisticated ways, such as: hidden divs, negatively located iframes, and other similar conditions. Of course, security companies are always trying to detect such spam – and they are usually pretty successfully.
This past week I came across an entire piece of SEO spam that I thought was pretty clever. This is what it looked like: