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  1. Crime gang running ISP?
  2. https://www.talosintelligence.com/reputation_center/lookup?search= They have port 25 blocked so SpamCop is finding the source IP? Seems near all their entire IP range. CBL are saying their email servers themselves are infected with "sendsafe"
  3. Yes there is a big problem with SpamCop abuse address gathering, ARIN is one who allows SpamCop access others do not (so it's that or nothing), to stop "DoS attacking "ARIN" SpamCop reduces checks by caching entries). Another problem are legacy issues when years ago someone hard coded a actual abuse address which is no longer valid. Get yourself a WHOIS program for Windows I use http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/ipnetinfo.html look at page bottom for download link.
  4. That is a public list which is available free to many ISP's, many have secret blocklists that are never known by anyone but them..
  5. That's better "X-Originating-IP: []" is the botnet source all their IP's listed as a botnet, yes they are sent through a compromised ocn computer "" but not reported Other hosts in this "neighborhood" with spam reports
  6. They have a lot of compromised accounts which they act on, getting Japs to turn on Windows Defender is complicated? would help if you learn what a SpamCop tracking URL was
  7. petzl

    Spamcop cannot find source IP

    I'm reasonably sure if google don't change this SpamCop could include this in their parser. They already do for network addresses on SpamCop email accounts.
  8. petzl

    Spamcop cannot find source IP

    Thought I did (2002:a6b:a74f:0:0:0:0:0))? Not sure but if Gmail is nor "arsing" about and would leave it alone forever, SpamCop could have it in as Mailhost overide
  9. petzl

    Spamcop cannot find source IP

    So it is pointy-head junk that does nothing better than the older method in fact seems more inferior way of sorting spam, example had a reply from Microsoft abusse that Gmail (2002:a6b:a74f:0:0:0:0:0) sorted to spam folder, Not impressed, also a lot of Gmail supposed internal IPv6 stamps are gobbledygook I report most spam from my account with Fastmail that use ARC sorting, SpamCop never have problems with parsing them? Gmail seem to be on a death march IMO. No I'm not a mailbox provider or mailing list operator, I just don't like spam! But like spam. I am working on this to me the problem is Gmail, I do like the idea of just reject email that's not set up right. The IP "network" address given by Gmail is gibberish does not specify a IP?
  10. petzl

    Spamcop cannot find source IP

    I get mail from FastMail they use ARC without IPv6 IP's it passes OK? https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6465862542zde0280bc96b77cf07f6a8d426a2f559az
  11. SpamCop stopped reporting reply addresses because most were bogus. However if you think a reply address is a spammers real one you can forward them that email to a AI BOT which starts replying and answering replies of spammers (wastes their time) me [AT ] rescam [ DOT] org
  12. petzl

    Spamcop cannot find source IP

    I suspect ARC if used correctly supposed to delete emails that do not match the sending IP (from domain)? Not intended for sorting The ONLY ones accurate at this (deleting) are CISCO senderbase spam filter that comes with their servers.
  13. petzl

    Spamcop cannot find source IP

    Works if you cut out the supposed and pointless ARC seal. Tracking url below https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6465613809z4fa752930d69a5305d3a14a991008031z
  14. petzl

    Spamcop cannot find source IP

    So is email then