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    Cyveillance no longer taking SC reports?

    Thank you for moving the post for me Wazoo. --Navigatr1
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    Cyveillance no longer taking SC reports?

    I have noticed recently that no more reports are being sent to Cyberveillance. Have they severed ties with SpamCop? Does anyone know what is going on? Please forgive me if this was already covered. I tried to look first, but didn't find anything on this topic. I was just wondering why no more reports were being sent to Cyberveillance. --Navigatr1
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    Feds shut down Burnsville Internet pharmacy

    Online pharmacy defendant charged with plot to kill witness The Prior Lake man operated an online pharmacy that allegedly sold pain medications and other narcotics without prescriptions. http://www.startribune.com/535/story/324795.html Glenn Howatt, Star Tribune Last update: March 23, 2006 – 6:51 AM Sounds like Smith is getting desparate. How dare someone shut down his illegal business. I think Smith needs to spend a long, long time in prison as it is obvious that he has no regard for the law.
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    New (?) Seach Engine ..????

    Here is a little background information on e2e Partners from their website: http://www.e2epartners.com/aboutus/index.htm Who We Are e2e Partners, Inc., is an e-business consulting and development company that delivers innovative Internet-based solutions and applications for Global 1000 companies and other global, forward-thinking businesses. Our strategy, creative, and technology professionals provide specialized e-business development expertise across several vertical organizations. What We Do e2e Partners, Inc. is in the business of changing the way the world works, lives and plays. Internet consulting is what we do. Who we are is defined by the diverse mix of experienced professionals in our firm and by the clients with whom we partner. It begins and ends with people. Our people are the architects for the new Internet economy. Together, we're changing everything. FaXo appears to be a search engine that is not yet working. There is some discussion here about faxo, but the posts are a year old too. http://www.webmasterworld.com/forum16/1618.htm On this forum, the discussion is about a year and a half old. http://discuss.joelonsoftware.com/default.asp?joel.3.6749.3 http://www.webproworld.com/archive.php/o_t...ous__index.html I don't know if any of this helps the discussion at hand, but maybe it will help fill in a few blanks. All the discussions about FaXo are old with everyone wondering the same thing.
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    What's up with this?

    Thank you for the reply Wazoo. Now they are still making the messages look like a bounce when you report them, and even look at the body of the email. However, they are not putting "Delivery Status Notification (Failure)" in the subject line, and are just leaving them blank. In this example, it was reported to earthlink, which has an open proxy. I sent them an unmunged report. http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z865906579zed...ea90dc369b78b6z
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    What's up with this?

    I received my 3rd one like this today. It looks like a bounce, but is spam. The bounce appears like it is coming from their own server even though they are actually abusing some open proxy. The come from the normal sources: charter; rr; comcast; and whoever else. Spamcop says it is a bounce. I was puzzled by these too even though I know some spammers have used this tactic to get you to view their spam. I wasn't sure whether I should report these or not. However, it looks like people are reporting them, so I guess I will too. The first one I received, I canceled the report as I gave it the benefit of the doubt. I tried decoding the attachment, which looked like base64, but all I got was gibberish. Wazoo, any thoughts on these types of emails? http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z864943252zb8...6156d8b6a8334cz Do we keep reporting them?
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    Is spamcop.net spamming?

    Sorry, I meant to put that infomation down from the top of the webpage I was referring too. I just thought it was interesting that spamcop was showing up. --Navigatr1
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    Is spamcop.net spamming?

    I saw this under the statistics: 62 spamcop.net 1840 0.007% spamcop.net was list number 62. What is going on? Has the spamcop servers been compromised? Or are people reporting their spamcop email address? Or has a spammer put the spamcop website in the body of the junk email? --Navigatr1
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    Feds shut down Burnsville Internet pharmacy

    Last update: August 27, 2005 at 6:36 AM Internet drug seller off to halfway house http://www.startribune.com/stories/462/5581727.html Glenn Howatt, Star Tribune August 27, 2005 A Prior Lake man charged with running a fraudulent online pharmacy will be placed in a halfway house and must wear an electronic monitoring device until he goes on trial, a federal judge ruled Friday. Christopher William Smith, 25, owner of the Burnsville-based XPress Pharmacy Direct, has been in custody since his arrest Wednesday. A federal grand jury had indicted him on charges of selling addictive painkillers without valid prescriptions. At a court appearance, Smith pleaded not guilty to the charges, which include conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, wire fraud, selling misbranded drugs and money laundering. U.S. District Judge Michael Davis said Smith must reside at the halfway house until the trial begins, which could take many months since both sides are still preparing their cases. [snip]
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    Feds shut down Burnsville Internet pharmacy

    Last update: August 25, 2005 at 7:23 AM Online pharmacy operator charged with fraud http://www.startribune.com/stories/467/5577218.html Maura Lerner and Warren Wolfe, Star Tribune August 25, 2005
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    Feds shut down Burnsville Internet pharmacy

    Last update: July 7, 2005 at 9:43 PM Grand jury has sights on Internet drug seller http://www.startribune.com/stories/462/5496103.html Warren Wolfe, Star Tribune July 8, 2005 A federal grand jury is considering fraud and money-laundering charges against Internet drug seller Christopher Smith, and an indictment may come within months, a federal prosecutor said Thursday. Grand jury proceedings usually are cloaked in secrecy, but Assistant U.S. Attorney Nicole Engisch and other prosecutors disclosed the investigation during a court hearing in which they argued that Smith violated a May 20 court order after his Xpress Pharmacy Direct, which is based in Burnsville, was shut down by federal officials and more than $4 million in assets were seized. Smith, 25, of Prior Lake, was arrested a week ago in the Twin Cities and jailed after he stepped off a plane from the Dominican Republic. Judge Michael J. Davis delayed ruling on whether Smith's actions violated the court order and set a hearing for Aug. 25. But after two days of testimony about Smith and his off-shore business efforts, Davis ordered that Smith be released today on $50,000 bail. He'll also be monitored electronically and needs permission to leave the state. Smith is charged with contempt of court for setting up an illegal online pharmacy in the Dominican Republic, and using a cash card to withdraw $2,000 from a bank account seized by the government. [snip]
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    Bond system for e-mail accounts

    I think most spammers are now using their own mail servers to send their spew rather than using a free email account. Quite a few are using zombie machines. Some providers such as Hotmail now limit outgoing email to 100 pieces per day if I remember correctly on their free accounts. Hotmail has also taken the step that new accounts can't be accessed by email clients. The only way to check your email on a new account is via the web interface. --Navigatr1
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    Feds shut down Burnsville Internet pharmacy

    Last update: June 4, 2005 at 11:47 PM Xpress employees to get their checks http://www.startribune.com/stories/462/5439184.html June 5, 2005 So far, 53 former employees of Xpress Pharmacy Direct have been paid back wages for jobs lost when federal authorities shut down the Internet and telemarketing operation last month. More of the 85 to 100 employees will receive checks between 2 and 4 p.m. on Tuesday at XPress Pharmacy's office, 12400 Portland Av. S., Suite 150, Burnsville, said Andrew Luger, the court-appointed receiver who took possession of the company's bank accounts and financial records. [snip] Luger said about $1.6 million was available from the company's bank accounts, "and we're not sure yet if that's enough to cover the payments owed" to employees, creditors and pharmacy customers seeking refunds. [snip]
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    Feds shut down Burnsville Internet pharmacy

    Last update: June 4, 2005 at 7:16 PM A web of trouble http://www.startribune.com/stories/789/5439175.html Warren Wolfe, Star Tribune June 5, 2005 In 1998, a few months after Chris Smith dropped out of Lakeville High School, his concerned father talked to him about the benefits of college -- and was startled by his son's reply. "Dad, I made $69,000 online by 11 a.m. Why go to college?" Over the next seven years, Christopher William Smith became known as a notorious Internet spammer nicknamed "Rizler," who, the FBI says, graduated to selling addictive drugs online and over the phone. The golden-haired entrepreneur with a knack for computers was taking in $2 million a month by the time he was 25, enough to buy a string of luxury cars, including a Ferrari, a BMW and four Mercedes-Benzes, and to move into a $1.1 million house in Burnsville, court papers say. [snip]
  15. Is Spyware Illegal Under Existing Laws? http://itmanagement.earthweb.com/columns/e...cle.php/3507261 May 24, 2005 By Brian Livingston I thought this was a very interesting article by Brain Livingston, and included some important snippets for the purposes of discussion. The New York AG is using existing law to battle spyware/adware. Not only that, it might even change conditions that are often forced upon users in EULA's. --Navigatr1
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