JohnathanRGalt Posted January 17, 2005 Share Posted January 17, 2005 Lately I've been encountering SPAMVERTIZED sites in my daily diet of spam which SPAMCOP seems unable to un-obfuscate. I'm seeing more and more sites like this. SPAMMERs have learned this weakness and are taking advantage of it. SPAMCOP finds the link in the spam... but then is unable to trace the site: ______________________________________________ http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z713586982z2a...922e2ab9ff29e4z Finding links in message body Recurse multipart: Parsing text part Parsing HTML part Resolving link obfuscation http://www.affectionshut.com.ub.morning.sucservice.com Tracking link: http://www.affectionshut.com.ub.morning.sucservice.com No recent reports, no history available Cannot resolve http://www.affectionshut.com.ub.morning.sucservice.com ______________________________________________ The site was valid at the time I write this. SPAMCOP getting confused by long URLs -- However, the Astilbe Revealer has no problem tracing the site to it's ISP. http://www.dataphone.se/~astilbe/cgi-bin/n...sucservice.com/ Whois Information from "whois.apnic.net" about 22.214.171.124 netname: JINDU-COMPUTER-NET-COM descr: Fu jin city jin du computer net company person: Binghui Gao nic-hdl: BG63-AP e-mail: gaobh[at]mail.hl.cn address: Communication Corporation Internet Enterprise Division of HLJ phone: +86-451-2804465 fax-no: +86-451-2804442 country: CN ______________________________________________ Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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