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  1. Hello, does it make sense to keep routing information set up by a deputy more than ten years ago? Example: https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6696638230zd4234101e0e07f787c012ec0d368720ez SC says the origin is and wants to complain to abuse(@)hostingexpress.com and abuse(@)nwrks.net according to information set up by a deputy in 2004: https://www.spamcop.net/sc?action=showroute;ip=;typecodes=16 However, arin.net says: https://search.arin.net/rdap/?query= = eig-abuse(@)endurance.com I preferred this email but there's no way to dispute or flag a route as needing attention. Should I notify someone? Maybe there's a reason the NIC information is not used. Thanks. Claudio.
  2. Hello, after having used SC for many years without issue, last year I found a report that caused the reporting page to never load completely, no matter how many times I tried. There was no button to report or cancel either. I finally removed all unreported spam and forgot it. Now I have the same problem but this time I want a hint on how to proceed instead of giving up. Please take a look here: https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6377645691z3b10099c89a89ab99bdfc6af6b0b2bebz The last lines I see are these four ones: Tracking link: http://www..w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd No recent reports, no history available ISP does not wish to receive report regarding w3.org Host www..w3.org (checking ip) The rest of the page is missing. No button to report or cancel either. I managed to report the rest of the cases by using the links provided by SC (I use Mailwasher to send email directly from my mailbox to SC). Now I don't understand why I'm killing the analysis logic. Has anyone else seen something like this? Do I have another option than simple deleting the unreported spam? Thanks, Claudio.