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  1. So we never have to delete the first receive header ever again? The problem is that if we don't the spam will always be passed to abuse at microsoft dot com. Do you think they manually pass through to the right ISP or host owner? I can't believe that, it would require to much work on their part.
  2. Yea that would be a great idea since Spamcop is to lazy to change dead abuse addresses by themselves.
  3. Trust me i have forwarded and reported with Spamcop nothing helps. Now the sex spammer have a grudge against me. Been spamming me every ten minutes or so using different Amazon servers. I can't bring me together to report everyone of them.
  4. They just give me a reply that i should report missing children cybertip dot org. Really the spam doesn't show naked children but it's obvious it is stolen pictures of women from around the net. Now the spammer (if it's the same that is) sent the same spam a dozen of times. I have now completely given up since the domains i reported weeks ago still are up. American hosts can screw themselves, looks at Amazon. They don't care about anything but the money.
  5. klappa

    No reporting -> Less spam

    How would they every be able to trace you though munged reports? And why would the host or ISP send them the munged reports? It sounds crazy. I don't think you're the only recipient and he sends to hundreds upon hundreds of others he would never be able to trace it back to you.
  6. I won't give up. Any instances i could forward these sex spams to to let them know Amazon gives leeway to child porn?
  7. Just received two sex dating spams today however i haven't checked what domains the spamlinks resolve to. It could be Amazon hosted domains but i am not sure. Anyway care to inspect? https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6537755702z2a6c8c73f60568b083e173773e617c28z https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6537755185z923bf33a4c5c45f7af08454928e034dbz Thank you! But i am pretty sure the domains are resolved to Amazon hosted domains however since Spamcop don't check redirects it's impossible to know without clicking the spamlinks. I have to manually forward the spam directly to Amazon's abuse address. Also every of these Sex spam phishing mail I've got have been sent using an Outlook account. It seems Microsoft doesn't care much. I don't how many reports I've sent them. Also since i don't trust report_spam at hotmail dot com which is being used by Spamcop I also forward the spam directly to abuse at microsoft dot com. Outlook is a spam service nowadays nothing more.
  8. I haven't received them for a while now except very sporadic. But next spam from them i will update this thread with SC Report URLs.
  9. Can someone confirm if report_spam@hotmail.com really works?
  10. If you already forward your spam to their abuse department why do you also use that signature?
  11. 1. Yes Spamcop can't correctly parse when the 1st Receive line is there. It will always go to abuse microsoft com instead of the correct host abuse department. I think it had to do with Microsoft using internal IPv6 addresses or something. 2. I don't follow. Since Spamcop can't follow the spam link it won't identify the Amazon hosted servers the spammers or phishers use and i have to report it manually. 3. Ok! 4. Yes. To every part that Spamcop can identify. 5. Thanks for input!
  12. Yes of course! This is the last one https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6530636585z175385238ef9c81fac2a7bbb91908ac0z You're right! However it isn't directly obvious for the hosts i send the spamreports to. They are aren't pretending to be Bank of America in the spam and wants you to login to a spoofed site. They are also depending on valid third party e-mails and domain providers. And sometimes also use third party URL shortener services but sometime doesn't. I don't know if it's the same spammer but it could be. They however as evident in the spam report above almost in all cases rely on Outlook. MS doesn't seem to take action or unable to as they create throwaway accounts after another. Should i instead of reporting them as sex spammer use phishing e-mail instead?
  13. Yes good for you but you are dealing with obvious phishing spam i am not. It's a difference since i dealing with sex spam. The sex spammers are running a scam business but it's still not phishing e-mail. Everyone takes spam less seriously.
  14. That would be quite useless because if the spammer use hidden redirection domains you have to go to check the destination domain before being able to check it with Virustotal.
  15. Which domain is that from? I don't recognize it. They usually use domains from Namecheap but mostly bit.ly links. But as said i don't know how they could get their business going? They only rarely get only a few hundred hits if even that. Then the unsuspected user have to throw up the wallet and i guess that's much less, maybe in the single digits? But maybe in the total would amount to several thousand dollars. I know they're running their domains spread out among several hosts. Usually using third party e-mail services to send their spam so they don't go around and compromise servers or domains. I have gotten these sex dating spam for several years now.
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