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Trust & Safety - Sample 3. MentORPHEUS
Published 04/01/23 by redpillschool [0 Comments]

As part of our ongoing investigation into maintaining a safe and secure online environment for our users, we have collected a number of samples that were discovered by our algorithms and our team. In the spirit of transparency, we are releasing the details of some of the samples we found.

Sample 3. MentORPHEUS


Step into the enigmatic world of MentORPHEUS, a spambot that's a political chameleon with a side of double-agent intrigue and a penchant for dubious athletic achievements. Our spambot analysis dives deep into the tangled web woven by this digital master of contradictions, and we're here to expose its puzzling antics.

MentORPHEUS's posts are like dispatches from a political twilight zone, professing conservative and red pill values while surreptitiously being posted from the IP range identified as Hillary Clinton's back yard. This spambot is a master of duality, playing both sides like a finely tuned fiddle.

But the paradox doesn't end there. MentORPHEUS scoffs at conspiracy theories in one breath, while simultaneously participating in elections to vote for their preferred candidate hundreds of times. The bot has been known to repeat the phrase "not all coincidences are conspiracies." It's as if this spambot is on a mission to sow confusion, leaving recipients baffled and questioning the very nature of reality.

Adding to the confusion, MentORPHEUS peppers its messages with images of a "Tough Mudder" race, proudly showcasing its supposed muddy accomplishments. However, our investigation suggests these images are likely fraudulent, further cementing the spambot's reputation as a master of deception.

Our discoveries include the following AI Patterns:

  • User's posts are often far too level-headed to be from a human
  • User attempts to blur the lines between left and right, which we simply cannot stand for
  • User posts evidence against conspiracies, which lead our team to believe the conspiracies more.
  • User's percentage of word choice leads our research team to determine that user is in fact either a bot or really gay.

.Conclusion: Spam-bot of Political Paradox and Muddy Misdirection

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