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  1. Abuse contact for - is abuse[at]masterweb.net
  2. Abuse contact for ' -' is ipv4[at]bsnl.co.in
  3. Abuse address for ' -' is abuse[at]rainbowidc.com
  4. Abuse contact for ' -' is tousu[at]90qh.com
  5. The excellent IPNetinfo from Nirsoft confirms that there is no abuse address registered for, but also agrees that, "Security and mail abuse issues should also be addressed to cert.br, http://www.cert.br/ , respectivelly to cert@cert.br and mail-abuse@cert.br" I could find no suggestion that Microsoft's mail service was relevant. If cert.br don't want to be bothered with basic spam reports perhaps they should either remove their details from the LACNIC record or else lean on the Brazilian registrar to ensure fully compliant domain registration. If cert.br receive enough of these reports maybe they'll be spurred into action...
  6. Anyone care to venture a suggestion why a few of these reports are having thousands of views? What sort of web-crawler would be interested?
  7. Abuse contact for - is tousu[at]90qh.com - though 90qh.com abuse address is ipabuse[at]vodafone.co.uk
  8. Abuse contact for ' -' is 'abuse[at]rosinteh.com'
  9. Abuse contact for ' -' is 'info[at]atakteknoloji.com'
  10. Abuse contact for ' -' is abuse[at]skybroadband.com.ph
  11. I can confirm the same experience. The spam was submitted OK and seemed to parse, but never completed - the screen just hung. This was a typical "my husband was killed by Mugabe and I want you to have his millions" spam, and in the message body was the usual list of links to ancient BBC news items. Original email contained this: "I am sure you are aware of killing in Zimbabwe Southern Africa in the year 2000 by Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe. http://news.bbc.co..uk/1/hi/world/africa/918781.stm http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/africa/715001.stm http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/africa/1063785.stm http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/6448559.stm: " - Note the double dot in the first URL. I removed one of those full-stops and tried again; it parsed perfectly. I don't consider this a material change to the spam, so reported it - with a note that I'd fixed the link. Doubt anything will come of the report though, it went to an abuse address with a standard GMail account. Knujon also received a copy though.
  12. Abuse contact for - is abuse[at]bsnl.in
  13. Abuse contact for - is IGONETTECHNOLOGY[at]GMAIL.COM
  14. Abuse contact for ' -' is 'abuse-ip[at]devonstudio.com' SC is reporting to ripe[at]devonstudio.com
  15. Abuse contact for ' -' is 'noc[at]telefonet.ru'