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> Report and Phishing spam to hacks[at]
post Aug 25 2011, 10:35 AM
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Phishing spam emails that appear to come from or should be reported (forwarded) to hacks[at]
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Useful advice wkrick, thanks.

The parser only looks at the actual source, deliberately ignores the "From:" and "Reply-to:" headers (too easily forged, as is apparent) so I don't believe this would be a viable development request.

Paying reporters can add the hacks@ address you have identified to their report distribution when they report these phishes.

Any hijack links (apparently to but not) in the spam should be picked up and reported to the actual host. Again, paying reporter can add a report to hacks@ to alert

Any pirated content links in spam (to the real should be picked by the parser for reporting to (looks like) abuse[at] which provides a possible avenue of notification/advice to - they need to talk to - see - perhaps you can advise them?

Moving this herewith to the Lounge.

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