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Encoded/segmented subjects and bodies are not stripped of emails


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Spammers are tracking back who reports them by including the emails that get back to them via spamcop reports in the subject and body, example: 

encoded and segmented subject:  https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6641797254z619187ae372c6cec5509fadaf926d2baz

segmented body: https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6641801254z40077f70be652e542cfe9e7deb51e5faz

My email is still visible.  Note the first example is targeted at me directly for reporting them subject "You make compliant on Spamcorp my.visible.email erville?..." with a confusing body that pieces together a personalized message:

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You make compliant on Spamcorp
Why?
There is Unsubscribe Link
Why?
We lost 0.5usd due to your compliant
But you will receive many email everyday
from now on

 

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9 hours ago, EkriirkE said:

Spammers are tracking back who reports them by including the emails that get back to them via spamcop reports in the subject and body, example: 

encoded and segmented subject:  https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6641797254z619187ae372c6cec5509fadaf926d2baz

segmented body: https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6641801254z40077f70be652e542cfe9e7deb51e5faz

My email is still visible.  Note the first example is targeted at me directly for reporting them subject "You make compliant on Spamcorp my.visible.email erville?..." with a confusing body that pieces together a personalized message:

 

Report them again cost them another $5
They have your email address anyhow
Online criminals continue to distribute spam and carry out scams - even with the Chinese government involved. 

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On 7/13/2020 at 12:17 PM, EkriirkE said:

My email is still visible.  Note the first example is targeted at me directly for reporting them subject "You make compliant on Spamcorp my.visible.email erville?..." with a confusing body that pieces together a personalized message:

Most ISPs don't go in and decode the base64.  For those that do or might, I just decode it, strip out my address, and then reencode it.  This might be a good feature to have and there are perl modules that can decode/encode it.

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On 7/13/2020 at 8:37 PM, petzl said:

Report them again cost them another $5
They have your email address anyhow

Obviously, but I'd rather minimize confirmation of receipt

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7 hours ago, EkriirkE said:

Obviously, but I'd rather minimize confirmation of receipt

Not disagreeing 
However the worst I get is being listwashed

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