A colleague turned on his macbook today, and discovered that his calendar contained a bunch of doctor's appointments that weren't his. Appointments for genital enhancement.
Among them, there were also some "appointments" with ladies inviting him for recreational viewing of their live erotic webcasts.
It seems that iCal invitations sent via email get added to his calendar automatically, with no moderation or approval.
He's an easy target. His email account is the "public" one that the company uses for public relations. So naturally it gets the lions' share of our spam.
Anyone else notice this kind of spam?