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  2. Login to your reporting account and check to see if your email server has bounced emails from SpamCop. You can clear the flag BUT if your server continues to bounce the flag will be set again.
  3. I have been emailing spam but I haven't been receiving emails to file the reports. I'm not sure how long this has been happening. I just noticed today. I had sent a few emails this morning. Thanks.
  4. Last week
  5. petzl

    captcha problem on registering

    try to register in "Safe mode"? Know nothing about Apple computers but others report their virus program/other software/even spyware interfering with Captcha
  6. tcit

    captcha problem on registering

    I don't use Windows. I investigated a bit the JS code and there's an issue with the way the headers are generated for the AJAX calls that fetches the captcha picture. Changing at line 18 of captcha.js the following "Last-Modified": new Date(0), "If-Modified-Since": new Date(0) to "Last-Modified": (new Date(0)).toISOString(), "If-Modified-Since": (new Date(0)).toISOString() fixes it. Otherwise you get a "TypeError: Cannot convert string to ByteString because the character at index 50 has value 8217 which is greater than 255." probably because without the toISOString method date contains UTF-8 characters instead of ASCII ones (which are required for HTTP headers).
  7. petzl

    captcha problem on registering

    For Windows pays to download free version of Ccleaner Be warned it may need extra program to be unchecked (tries to load other software), no need to update (it is nag-ware) but your choice. It will clean out all cookies, but you can select "options" to save needed cookies
  8. tcit

    captcha problem on registering

    Hello, I have the same issue with both Firefox and Chrome
  9. you need to BEFORE submitting spam report to look at page top to get a tracking URL Here is your TRACKING URL - it may be saved for future reference:https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6618049412z30e4d714e651653bd291e90d56526533z Makes things clear as to whats happening and who is getting reports,
  10. I've noticed alot of my spam reports are going to abuse@google.com. Here is one from a few minutes ago: https://www.spamcop.net/mcgi?action=gettrack&reportid=7039609886 It looks like they are from a Google Group with me as the owner? Last week when I reported the e-mails as spam, I would get an email from google that looks like the following. Any suggestions on how to combat this? ---------- Original Message ---------- From: noreply-spamdigest via dlongnecker <dlongnecker@mwkbkij.khrochefrosees.shop> To: spam moderators <dlongnecker+managers@mwkbkij.khrochefrosees.shop> Date: February 10, 2020 at 8:04 PM Subject: Moderator's spam report for dlongnecker@mwkbkij.khrochefrosees.shop This message is being sent to you because you are a moderator of the group dlongnecker. The following suspicious messages were sent to your group, but are being held in your moderation queue because they are classified as likely spam messages. If you take no action, all the messages below will be discarded automatically as spam. However, if you see any messages that are not spam below, you may approve them individually by going to: https://groups.google.com/a/mwkbkij.khrochefrosees.shop/group/dlongnecker/pendmsg Please do not mark this notification as spam; this is a service for group moderators. If you do not wish to receive these notifications in the future, you may change your preferences by going to: https://groups.google.com/a/mwkbkij.khrochefrosees.shop/group/dlongnecker/manage_post ------- 1 of 1 ------- Subject: Is Your Thyroid Damaged? From: " Dr. Steve " <ucvkwd.46bkr0g@mwkbkij.khrochefrosees.shop> Date: Feb 08 12:18PM -0800 <!-- ships free macro --> <!-- --> <!-- end ships free macro --> <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xmlns:v="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:vml" xmlns:o="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office"> <head> Approve: https://groups.google.com/a/mwkbkij.khrochefrosees.shop/group/dlongnecker/pendmsg?view=full&pending_id=5356359703117653031 For more information about this message, please visit: https://support.google.com/groups/answer/2466386
  11. petzl

    spamrl.com

    Become assimilated get a Gmail account, Free but you are the product Best email system for clearing spam, not heard of false positives is Cisco spam filter. You need a email provider that uses a Cisco email server. You just don't get spam and there is nothing to do. You don't see it. A company I worked for uses them, no problems no spam, brilliant
  12. Lking

    spamrl.com

    sorry about the tags
  13. lbickley

    spamrl.com

    Many providers use "spamrl.com" to block spam emails from entering their systems. Unfortunately, spamrl scans an entire email to find ANY email address it considers spam - and bounces it back to the originator. I have reported over 20,000 spams over the years to SpamCop - but now many of my emails are being blocked by spamrl - because it detects a spammer's address in my attachment. This forces me to not use quick reporting but rather copy and paste to SpamCop directly. I have contacted spamrl.com directly and explained the problem to them - but they have been unresponsive. This issue also impacts attempts to send "phishing" email to folks who want to see them, like spoof@paypal.com. spamrl.com also blocks them because they "discover" phishing emails in ones attachment. Some of you may not know that spamrl.com is doing this to you - as it depends on how you handle "bounced" emails. Any ideas on how to deal with this (other than asking every mail ISP one uses to bypass spamrl for all one's email)?
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  15. guido.mazzone

    captcha problem on registering

    I have the same problem, with both Chrome and Firefox, I also tried with two different IP addresses, so I'm almost sure it's not a problem caused by my computer or connection.
  16. Lking

    interest to the 2012 U.S. Presidential race

    Politics are off topic.
  17. Envy Us As all of who paid interest to the 2012 U.S. Presidential race can attest,
  18. Hanco

    Any point in reporting spam from AMAZONAWS?

    Well, I hope my spamming jerk of a friend is ok and did not get Coronavirus.... but today was pleasantly uninterrupted! Yesterday I had a mail from them and for the first time in a LONG time it did not show SPF fail in the headers. In fact it reportedly associated itself with a well respected marketing outfit called ActiveCampaign. Why do I rate AC so highly? Well they do at very least have an actually comprehensive guide on their long established site about how not to be classed as a spammer. All of which, I think I can truthfully say, my spammer friend(s) flaunt ignorance of! https://www.activecampaign.com/legal/anti-spam-policy Of course this may have been their last ditch attempt to list wash and maybe “Jason at ActiveCampaign d o t c o.m” was happy to give them my info to take me off their list. Who knows eh? At least it might be done with. So what now? One day of nil spam does not maketh tranquility... it could be Coronavirus or something less scary. They may be back tomorrow. If they are, I’ll do everything I can to make their marketing ineffective and and as fruitless as can be. Alternatively, if that is my lot, I’ll dance a jig, pour something cool and clear to drink, and store the folder of junk they’ve sent me away until they mess up and restart. Fingers and toes crossed. Good luck all you spam warriors!
  19. Hey, thanks for the leg up!
  20. If you can work out the IP your email server received spam from a whois program makes it easy. This ones for Windows. Freeware http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/ipnetinfo.html
  21. Hanco

    Any point in reporting spam from AMAZONAWS?

    I use those sites that scan the url for the redirects and see where they end up (if I have the time)
  22. Hanco

    Any point in reporting spam from AMAZONAWS?

    Funny because all mine were either bit.ly or googleuser links (either way, it’s all about more redirects to hide behind)
  23. gnarlymarley

    Any point in reporting spam from AMAZONAWS?

    Mine has switched to using a new shortener of http ://owl.li/**********.
  24. OK - thx. I'll let it go then, but I am going to look into how to submit the spam to the originating organization.
  25. Hanco

    Any point in reporting spam from AMAZONAWS?

    My spammer switched target sites again today. Cannot use the same domain/site in California (Google) for too many spams or it risks blacklist status and gets shut down. So it’s back to .RU or other Eastern Europe for a bit I guess. Today’s fun fascinating final target spamvertized sites are rewardyoursurvey.com (I doubt the reward is enough for my time) Any of you guys been seeing this in the hops from spam link to target site? http://masscancel.site/r.php or mayattented.live site? both hosted by DigitalOcean and both were created by the spam guy via Namecheap, before being used on the same day for the emails he sends.
  26. Hanco

    Any point in reporting spam from AMAZONAWS?

    Because the spam affiliate scam artist is income maybe. And AWS does like to get its income (funds its effort to dominate the online retail space?)
  27. gnarlymarley

    Any point in reporting spam from AMAZONAWS?

    Yep, it did come from google. I guess having one recipient is too much for them. I submitted it to amazon using a different account and it went through. Funny how the original email is not blocked, but attempts to report it are.
  28. goodnerd

    Any point in reporting spam from AMAZONAWS?

    I occasionally get similar bounces. Gmail occasionally flags the account as being a spammer, even though we are actually trying to send spam complaints. I was told it was because I had too many addresses in the Cc section of the email. Gmail even starting bouncing the complaints sent to abuse@namecheapm phishing-report@us-cert. gov and even spam@uce.gov because I was filing so many complaints a day.
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