ppk Posted February 8, 2004 Share Posted February 8, 2004 I have noticed this technique to protect the spammer's customer. They are using link redirection, and spamcop doesn't pick up the information from the destination link. For example, here is the HTML that I saw in a recent spam: <a href="http://c.mdssvr.com/c.aspx?ad_key=ICUYVAJDRQVK&ro_url=http%3A//www.valentinesgifts.com/searchItem.cfm%3Fproductid%3D1439%26storeid%3D16%26did%3D4478"> The spammer is actually one that I personally have filed hundreds of reports against, but nothing ever seems to happen, but note the spammer's customer, valentinegifts.com. Shouldn't SpamCop generate a report against their ISP? It doesn't right now. Look at the following SpamCop report for details: http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z288148267zfb...a49c804be1aed9z Your thoughts would be helpful. Please post them here. Thanks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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