vindicator Posted March 26, 2017 Share Posted March 26, 2017 Through manual reporting, I've come to the conclusion that I should never report via forwarding to the SC-supplied email address. I felt sketchy about reporting (not yet) this one spam when I previewed the report. I noticed that even though it contained the SC alias I set, the headers were still peppered with parts of my email, like in "Return-Path", "Errors-To", and "Received-SPF". I think this is EXACTLY what a spammer would hope would happen in a report sent to them. It would be just as bad as replying to the email. The SC-parsed/resolved reporting email addresses seemed sketchy as well. The ip network abuse domain is romanian and whois provides hardly anything, while the admin email for the linked site also seemed strange with the registrar's own site redirecting to another. I have no desire to submit a report to either address if there's any chance they are (unwittingly?) in cahoots. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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