RobiBue Posted October 16, 2018 Share Posted October 16, 2018 lately, I have to manually alter every cloudflare spammer link. I noticed a few weeks ago, that whenever I reporte cloudflare spam (I call it cloudflare spam because the links are hosted by cloudflare, and the spammer spoofs an inactive IP range -- currently CCAMATIL ( 167.103.249.nnn ) -- and seems to be getting away with it) a few seconds later, fresh spam from, you guessed it, cloudflare fills my inbox. So, whenever SpamCop analyzes the links (just touches them), the spam gets triggered. Now I munge the ID number and alter it verbally as: e.g. http://airlinedo.com/?--ID-number-5-(munged) where the 5 in this example is the last of 13 digits https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6493410150za18869ba12b686fd60a88c35e34dc44ez or http://checkshownontv.com/?--ID-number-8-(munged) in this case it's 8 ... https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6493410187zb583dc5e2b40660c7a81ed43e718e3aaz it would be nice if SC could refrain from using the full path so that the visitor trap doesn't get triggered And yeah, the originating IP address is also a problem as there is no real owner for the range, even though indirectly it belongs to the Australian branch (Amatil) of Coca-Cola. APNIC told me that someone is spoofing those IP ranges. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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