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  1. Gromit

    URLs not reported

    Yeah, I've noticed that one too.
  2. Gromit

    URLs not reported

    Okay, I'm pretty sure this is what you all are talking about, but I haven't seen it addressed this way: http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z747217631zf7...1a352676dac9e2z --- Finding links in message body Parsing text part Resolving link obfuscation http://decline.easy-home-loans.org/rem.php http://accepted.easy-home-loans.org/2/inde...proved/callback Please make sure this email IS spam: From: "Wade M. Dillon" <wadedillonvx[at]worldnet.att.net> (Top Notch Refinances hassle free) You have been pre-approved for a $400,000 Home Loan at a Fixed Rate as low as 3.25%. This offer is being extended to you View full message --- You'll notice it skips from "Resolving link obfuscation" straight to "please make sure it is spam" without doing anything about the links. Oddly, if I hit refresh a bunch of times (up to 20, but only twice this time), sooner or later SC decides to do something about it and pulls out the contact information on the links.
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    Anyone else getting hit with this one?

    Thanks for the reply. Bummer, though, I liked the idea of them wasting their time...
  4. Between two email accounts, I've gotten the following type email about 30 times over the past week or so: http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z732445919z06...3c3131e8dd7fd5z Is it just me who can't read it, or is the SPAMmer wasting his own bandwidth?
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    Unresolveable links

    I know nothing about tech stuff (well, next to nothing), so forgive me if I'm wrong here. It would seem that if we can view the stuff because the sites are cached... After several refreshes, SpamCop would find it. No? Don't get me wrong: I know you guys work amazingly hard at this and I respect the heck out of that. But I don't buy that we're getting lucky on being able to view the sites. I've gotta believe they've found a way to block SpamCop and other reporting sites. It happens way too often for it to be a fluke. Any chance of spreading the source of the queries around a little bit (see, I *can* spell sometimes!!!)? Or is my head completely up my butt right now and I'm way off-base here?
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    Unresolveable links

    Any word yet?
  7. Gromit

    Spammers Have SpamCop's Number?

    Yeah, I was the first one out of the spelling bee.
  8. Gromit

    Spammers Have SpamCop's Number?

    Here's two more: http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z703091168z8f...003fdf6a3b66c4z http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z703091680z48...587eedfe9337c2z I'm curious *why* SpamCop can't recognize the URLs. That was my quarry and my suggestion as to if somehow they blocked SpamCop's search. Or am I way off?
  9. Okay, I keep getting ones like this: http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z703016347zf3...d5b71988c33c90z Where I can visit the site freely but SpamCop cannot. Oh, you have to put in the whole URL and not just the domain.com or you get redirected to the now-defunct "MakeLoveNotSpam" site. I hit refresh about ten times and SpamCop still can't see it. Is it possible they've figured out SC's IP and are blocking it somehow? BTW, for the record, I put in the redirected site (expecting SC to not find it) to see if anything would come up. I scanned the other threads and didn't see anything germain, so please hold the flames if this has been recently discussed.
  10. I know it skips stuff, I was wondering why. How does it miss the stuff? So, you're suggesting I run the info on the site itself and then send a personal email to the abuse address? I realize reporting to most China/Brazil/Korea sites is a waste of time, and wouldn't it just give them a live spam target? Or is there a way to report it ala SpamCop to hide my ident? I'm...I'm so confused... < flail > BTW, you guys are great.
  11. I've gotten like 20 of these over the past month of so: http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z691992361z71...d5a978351fc7abz I keep getting something to effect of "cannot <whatever> the site, yet when I click on it, I have no problem accessing it. They blocking you or something and not me?
  12. http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z691273359zd9...d303c967947a62z Just for kicks, I tried adding a line with the c/p'ed URL from the browser version and SpamCop still couldn't see it. And yeah, I did the a href= bit. So, any way we can get the site slammed, too?
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    "no links found"

    Forgive me, I'm rather new here although I've been using SpamCop for a few years now... But why won't it recognize the links here: http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z691085165z9d...6ed8017112c2ecz
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