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  2. houseincloud

    wondering about efficiency of reporting spams

    Yeah, indeed I hesitated, so I crossed my fingers while writing and it worked: still nothing 12 hours later (I'll use epsom salt that time).
  3. Today
  4. that email has been disabled by google, so any other upstream provider where it can be reported ?
  5. https://www.ultratools.com/tools/ipv6Info
  6. Lking

    wondering about efficiency of reporting spams

    Don't say it out loud! you will break the spell.
  7. This is the spam email that i reported https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6507353567zcb6ecc84399ed84ba1e8d3481fd9481cz https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6507475263z13b7256409af621e3cfde462c7f5bb5az it seems that the origin of the emails is an IPv6 address but it seems that there is no abuse contact for that particular range of ip addresses. is this some sort of bug ?
  8. Yesterday
  9. houseincloud

    wondering about efficiency of reporting spams

    FWIW, 3 weeks later... those porn spams have suddenly stopped. Not sure why (could it be the thousands of reports sent?). This unexpected silence is scaring and I fear now some retaliation! (I haven't used the "mole" option in the SpamCop preferences, only the "Obscure identifying information" for which I read it may not be that much obscure).
  10. MxToolbox frequently mentioned here, thanks to member jay90210 of the Whirlpool forums for highlighting their header parsing tool "This tool will make email headers human readable by parsing them according to RFC 822." which helps with analysis - particularly with relay delays (converts times to common UTC) which might indicate service problems or clumsy forgeries etc.:
  11. Last week
  12. So I used to use MailWasher, which I loved, and it had SpamCop reporting integrated in it. Now that I've recently switched to Linux, I can't use it anymore. Anyone know of any other similar programs I can use?
  13. Unfortunately there are several. The forum has gone through a change in the underlying software system and database. Many links were broken, mostly in the area of older help post.
  14. Thank you so much Lking for your valuable help, everything is clear now! I'll proceed now to Mailhost configuration. EDIT: so I'm done and everything looks fine (though I didn't see the [Quick Report] alternative). I'm just reporting an obsolete link at the end of the Mailhost process which brought me to "The page you requested does not exist". The link is http://forum.spamcop.net/forums/index.php?showforum=7
  15. nhraj700

    munging cloudflare spammed links

    I would like to second this change request with respect to any full path of web links as they can be linked to the recipient.. I was recently hit by one of these bots from AWS a month ago and received hundreds of spam until I saw this post from RobiBue and stopped all SpamCop processing on them. Once I stopped reporting them to SpamCop, they stopped immediately. I received another one this morning and unfortunately I didn't catch the source and bot servers and now I have received 50 of them in on swoop. https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6507110875zae91e5b4e32f5271d867a53e6361d3acz Too many to mung up for my liking. I simply sent them to all other anti-spam agencies and skipped SpamCop.
  16. That is correct. You still should review where reports are going in the "Report spam to" but your email host will not be in the list. Yes the reporting process will be the same.
  17. thank you Lking. Just to make sure I understand correctly: - when you say "you must review the results more carefully to assure you do not sent reports to part of your normal email processing system", you mean essentially check that the recipients listed in "Report spam to:" while reporting a spam are correct (do not include for example my own email provider)? - once Mailhost is configured, the reporting process is the same for me? (copy paste and send report)
  18. The objective of Mailhost configuration is for the system (the parser) to "know" the normal path of an email through your email host/ISP system. With this information the parser can identify when a spam is injected into the normal path. The information also help prevent you reporting your own system as the source of spam. Without configuring you mailhost you must review the results more carefully to assure you do not sent reports to part of your normal email processing system.
  19. Hi, that's surely a very stupid question, but concretely what are the changes after Mailhost configuration? I am currently using SpamCop by posting reports in the "Report spam" section, will that change after proceeding to Mailhost configuration via the "Add first hosts" button? Will reports be easier? Faster?
  20. RobiBue

    leaseweb spam

    <sfx mode="whisper, crowd"> YAY!!! </sfx>
  21. Sounds like they might be morphing now. I got the following sent to an address that has not has this stuff yet. More phishing... Urgent : Someone has your password http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6506112137zb5e259ccf80b3b62fcb7a72e9509c841z I have to chuckle at these liars how seem to be getting desperate. I hope it means they are losing the battle.......
  22. gnarlymarley

    leaseweb spam

    I heard from the deputies, that there might be a fix in for this. Hopefully it will solve the issues.
  23. Abuse contact for '185.207.36.0 - 185.207.36.255' is 'info[at]fiberserver.net.tr'
  24. RobiBue

    leaseweb spam

    on 12/01/2018: http://forum.spamcop.net/topic/31073-abuse-contact-for-209581840-20958191255 and http://forum.spamcop.net/topic/31072-abuse-contact-for-209581760-20958183255 https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6505161826z64add7cea35b443dd4f168a08a7582b8z even refreshing seems not to work. As I said, I wish SC would be able to get the abuse address from the correct registry... which in this case is APNIC, not ARIN...
  25. gnarlymarley

    Reporting spam Send From My Own Address?

     Are you talking about the visible FROM: line which is easily forged, or the chain of Received lines in the complete header?   If they also used the hidden FROM: line, you might want to have your provider look at implementing SPF and/or some sort of check there. If you look closely at the headers, the clown will have used an IP address other than one belonging to your ISP and will see the report heading in a different direction and this should keep you safe.
  26. I get these all the time just report them this clown may miss out and get sent off to Guantanamo Bay!
  27. Contact "deputies [ AT] spamcop [dot] net"
  28. Lodewijk

    Reporting spam Send From My Own Address?

    Thank you for the response. It will be obvious I would not send myself an e-mail to blackmail myself. (Can't believe I did not think of that. ) So if I get another invitation from myself again to donate money to myself "or else" I will report it.
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