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Calion

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  1. Sure. Every one of these is being sent to “abuse@apple.com.” The question is, should they also be sent to “reportphishing@apple.com”?
  2. So does this need to be changed, or should I leave “reportphishing@apple.com” checked?
  3. Regardless, essentially none of these are phishing schemes for Apple. So should I be sending them to reportphishing@apple.com? Here are some further examples: https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6479695862z1021bf7eed9c5e421ab77e7ed3c68892z https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6479695853z24341f49a2f2ac2e8d7679e8dbd82093z https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6479695831z41ebc038af38bb3d45b0bf68ec49e02ez https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6479695767z562a8a4e3c17e754681a1f9b8001df15z None of them are phishing scams for Apple, though one is a phishing scam for LinkedIn.
  4. This sounds to me like SpamCop is misidentifying the offending domain as mac.com when it’s actually (in this case) kknd1.ru.
  5. I’m confused. It’s a phishing scam for Apple when it in no way purports to come from Apple?
  6. I get a lot of spam that is apparently sent from Apple servers. However, almost none of it is phishing attempts. Therefore, I have to uncheck “reportphishing@apple.com” on each of the several messages that I report daily that SpamCop identifies as originating at “mac.com” (I find this unlikely; I suspect that they’re just spoofing it to look like it’s from the same domain as my email address, but whatever). Unless SpamCop wants me to report all these messages to "reportphishing@apple.com,” could that option please be unchecked by default? Example: https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6477895008z56a97be36e2c0ea3041c633f01754484z
  7. Ah. It's the scri_pt I'm using to upload the spam to SpamCop. I thought it was SpamCop itself. Thanks.
  8. https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6451136607z68621d5675ffd8ed0405ad450cc1e096z
  9. Why does the content need to be omitted in source view? It's just displaying the raw source; it shouldn't be parsing the code in any case. The content being omitted makes it really difficult to determine which addresses to report to in many cases. For instance, SpamCop will often suggest reportphishing@apple.com as a report-to address, but the emails in question are usually not phishing attempts (at least for my AppleID), so I don't want to misreport. But that's impossible to tell when I can't see the actual content of the message.
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