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  1. It doubles the work to be done, like for me, as a volunteer. Besides: Get things right and push those two out of the market.
  2. Ah, Your answer does not encourage at all. It is sooooo bad. While i think, that reporting here does good to all others except for me (because I already got that spam in my box). But to the question - it has always been said that the philosophy of spamcop is to report just the sender, and i have had my time reading this philosophy. None the less - philosophy still keeps link parser alive, then - why not make it better? It is not the question that parser cannot pick those links, it obviously can. It just cannot adjust to "web 2.0" which is already 5-10 years old, the web that allows take domain names in any other alphabet there is in the world. Let's say as i see it parser has hard times translating addresses like http://www.адреÑÑ.рф to language that is understandable to all parsers. (it translates into http://xn--80aid7bga.xn--p1ai or to the http://xn--80aid7bga.рф because .рф is accepted domain under this protocol http://www.icann.org/en/resources/idn). And - why not make the damn thing here better, cooler and more usable, living according to times that are changing.... i.e. being progressive?
  3. Yes, I think it is a problem. The same spammer who is bugging me once in a while uses bit.ly links, if he has small budget client, who is not into byuing koi-8 domain name. Manual reporting to bit.ly stops those messages immediately. So I think, "it would be great" if spamcop picked up all sites and reported them. The thing is those are not unreal/fake/unresolvable addresses. I'v tried them all. Today's stats - 35 unpicked sites with both of answers ("no links found" if no www follows hhtp://; and "cannot resolve http://www. if http:// is followed by those magic letters of WorldWideWeb)
  4. Just some experience of submitting spam to spamcop and waiting whether spamcop will parse message body fro links or no: SpamCop's parser does not pick up links encoded and written in koi-8, although I found forum topic marked [resolved] for that. My human memory tells me that link with koi-8 characters was parsed correctly 2 times in 100 messages. When not parsing answers are (Parsing text part, no links found) if there's no http://www. at the beginning, http://аптека-онлаин.рф or (www is not a routeable IP address Cannot resolve http://www/) for links that have www at beginning http://www.мода-на-футболки.рф You would say - there's philosophy of not finding spamvertised sites abuse addresses and reporting, but... it ain't so. This particular spammer was using bit.ly system to hide spamvertised site from parser - took time to report the link manually [at]bit.ly spam with those particular links stopped right then. Now he is using links like http://www.мода-на-футболки.рф which are not picked up 99% of time.
  5. These reporting addresses on those IP Blocks appear since I am reporting spam . More less - every two days (of course, you can say i have dejavu). You can say they are not worst, though - they have a long lasting continuity. Clueless owner with so wide address blocks? Turkish Telecommunications? C' mon.
  6. Yes, that's more like this, Betsy. Though Wazoo (looks to me) is appealing to ISP innocence. I would not say so just looking at this: http://www.senderbase.org/senderbase_queri....110.165.0%2F24 every single address... every. Same with 88.240.x.x etc. who are those turks? Russian spammers.
  7. Oh, thank You, Miss Betsy. (i adore your patience). I understand about level3 and it's universe-like behavior. In my report, i hope everybody could see those other addresses like kayit[at]turkline, iletisim[at]turktelekom. Which are very repetitive. Every single day. And the question to explain is more like... Why they have special treatment at spamcop, and why they spit and spit?
  8. Aha, that great talk about what each single word means. Thank You for being so patient explaining this. Can anybody stitch this all together? The spam from that block of ips is frequent and fresh almost all the time, it even has some internal handling... though it spits and spits. As it looks from here: ISP doesn' t care. That was why i even tried to ask. and I know this ISP... is instructive... say what?
  9. http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z2313046828z7...9493a5e7dbcd67z Internal spamcop handling: (level3) what does this mean? (searched, could not find the answer) and - Yum - that spam is fresh! all the time? c'mon.
  10. give me a favour - do so, I am not so keen
  11. http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z1332464584zf...a49e3fe36d4bfbz evil's dozen
  12. aha, that' s why it doesn't parse... i see. sorry, was looking to but serach wound up with different links at imageshack used here to illustrate something the poster had in mind. is hosting such spam messages allowed on imageshack? Don't they really wanna know, which smartass is wasting their bandwidth ignoring original purpose of their service?
  13. http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z1268887032zf...1d38e28ea80849z http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z1268887034z3...df0543b4c1bae1z imageshack.us doesn't parse... why? is it because it is allowed to link messages to here from imageshack? or? [irony on] spamer thinks that he has found a new way to send spam messages, thinking (maybe) that i use mail client which automatically opens http content... or does he think i will ever click on that link? And: how many messages have to be sent so that it works out (makes revenue)? [irony off]
  14. that's just paylod text from some book, to fool filters. Transliteration used mainly for those who carry "non russian characters set containig/supporting" computers around the world. So they can read some book...
  15. http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z1264906611zd...0e1b69bab45747z attached to this message was file with no extension named "0" and containing trojan Exploit-MS01-034
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