geodosch Posted March 17, 2013 Share Posted March 17, 2013 Lately I've seen quite a number of spam messages that generate the "Too many links" error when attempting to report. However, they are actually all the same link with different machine names. These are all going to the same domain, and the spammers are certainly just logging (or ignoring) that portion of the URL. For example: Resolving link obfuscation http://quaveringly.norinque.info/web/campa...2VmungedNvbQ==e http://abrasive.norinque.info/unsub/ http://manley.norinque.info/report/ http://exerciser.norinque.info/web/campaig...2VmungedNvbQ==e http://dauntlessly.norinque.info/web/campa...2VmungedNvbQ==e http://predaceous.norinque.info/web/campai...2VmungedNvbQ==e http://philanthropical.norinque.info/web/c...2VmungedNvbQ==e http://unhelpful.norinque.info/web/campaig...2VmungedNvbQ==e http://unopposed.norinque.info/web/campaig...2VmungedNvbQ==e Too many links. All of the above are going to norinque.info. The machine names (quaveringly, abrasive, manley, etc.) are purposely confusing the reporting software into thinking they are different. While of course it's still possible to manually report that domain, as this practice by the spammers becomes more prevalent, it would make sense to make Spamcop aware of that and not be fooled by it. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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