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  1. I've been getting a bunch of spam from here. Why doesn't spamcop use the "abuse-mailbox" instead of the "e-mail" address? All the spam complaints are being sent to the mandy address and I'm not sure that's where the ISP wants the complaints to go. % Abuse contact for ' -' is 'vrvinfinity@gmail.com' inetnum: - netname: INFINITY descr: VRV Infinity Broadband India Pvt. Ltd. admin-c: AC1417-AP tech-c: MA954-AP country: IN mnt-irt: IRT-INFINITY2-IN mnt-by: MAINT-IN-IRINN mnt-routes: MAINT-IN-INFINITY2 status: ASSIGNED PORTABLE last-modified: 2016-12-05T12:14:33Z source: APNIC irt: IRT-INFINITY2-IN address: 233, Silver Plaza, Kailash Nagar, Sodal Road,Jalandhar,Punjab-144004 e-mail: mandy.dun22@gmail.com abuse-mailbox: vrvinfinity@gmail.com admin-c: AC1417-AP tech-c: MA954-AP auth: # Filtered mnt-by: MAINT-IN-INFINITY2 last-modified: 2016-03-28T12:23:36Z source: APNIC
  2. I'm pasting the whole email into the form. Here is that section. X-Received: by with SMTP id z204mr22848215iof.160.1497038177759; Fri, 09 Jun 2017 12:56:17 -0700 (PDT) MIME-Version: 1.0 Received: by with HTTP; Fri, 9 Jun 2017 12:56:17 -0700 (PDT) Reply-To: ibrahimrahman022@yahoo.com.hk From: Mr Ibrahim Rahman <mr.davidutom102@gmail.com> Date: Fri, 9 Jun 2017 12:56:17 -0700 Message-ID: <CAHF_xNd31Z39pqQ8G1jL6DGarfAepnvKRoSbiftTcUZUnMnfvA@mail.gmail.com> Subject: HELLO, To: undisclosed-recipients:; Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8" Bcc: x GOOD DAY, I am Mr Ibrahim Rahman ……
  3. Ok. https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6381209948zc7504b00c479959f8813aca6e434a994z Thanks.
  4. I have an example of spam going through Google and it has a body but submit form says it doesn't. How do I get this to someone who works on the parser?
  5. Is it supposed to still point to gmail-abuse[at]google.com? I just submitted a spam report and it still picked gmail-abuse[at]google.com. Routing details for Cached whois for : axtelipmaster[at]gmail.com Using abuse net on axtelipmaster[at]gmail.com abuse net gmail.com = gmail-abuse[at]google.com Using best contacts gmail-abuse[at]google.com Reports disabled for gmail-abuse[at]google.com
  6. I've been getting a lot of these. They always start with a twitter URL then go to a Linkedin URL and then either ht tp://bitly.com/, ht tp://stks.co. Linkedin doesn't care, I've reported the spammed URLs to them and they refuse to delete them. Twitter doesn't really seem to do much either. I've tried a reported twitter URL weeks later and it's still active and pointing to the spammers web site. Here's one that just came in a few minutes ago: ht tp://t.co/j6s3xrXYIq redirects to: ht tp://lnkd.in/bFBaMeM redirects to: ht tp://stks.co/hq8y?twitter.com redirects to: ht tp://www.ouyla.com/menstar Seems like twitter and linkedin are active spam support services. Edit by SteveT: broke links so that someone doesn't unintentionally navigate to spamvertized URLs. PM sent to member to explain this action.
  7. The spammers are putting 2 to 3 twitter URLs in their spam but I only see one URL being reported to Twitter. Just curious why? Shouldn't SpamCop report all the twitter URLs that were in a spam message? Example URL using X's: http://t.co/XXXXXXXX Actual report ID 5949024931 for reference.
  8. Here's the report that skips the spammed URL http://www.spamcop.net/mcgi?action=gettrac...rtid=5395101793
  9. It's actually quite simple. All of the ones I am getting are hosted by singlehop.com and I think they are going to keep getting away with it. The spammers just includes this large block of text before the URL they are spamming. So when Spamcop processes the report the web hosting company doesn't get a complain because Spamcop quits before getting to the spammed URL. But the user still sees the spammed URL when they open up the email as the email client ignores the <style> tag. Here's one of the blocks of text they use: Admin Edit: I find the description above enough detail. The 'sample' has been removed from this Post.
  10. I've noticed this appearing quite often, here is an example. Tracking link: //[/i]discoverhiddenprofits.com/unsub.php?e=x"]http://discoverhiddenprofits.com/unsub.php?e=x No recent reports, no history available Cannot resolve //[/i]discoverhiddenprofits.com/unsub.php?e=x"]http://discoverhiddenprofits.com/unsub.php?e=x -------- So, the report goes to the Administrator of network where email originates but not to the host of the spamvertised web site. But when I try to access the spammed web site, it does resolve. So, it seems pointless to report the spam if the web site is just going to stay up without any complaints. Have spammers figured out how Spamcop is checking websites and blocking them thus reducing the number of complaints the hosting provider receives?
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