Windrider6 Posted July 27, 2005 Share Posted July 27, 2005 Two issues: 1. SpamCop not finding links. 2. spam website cannot be reported. It seems consistent that SpamCop cannot find any links when the spam I'm reporting is in HTML format. Example: http://mailsc.spamcop.net/mcgi?action=gett...rtid=1476939778 I haven't kept up with details of SpamCop for awhile now, I've just been using the service (mail & reporting), and hoping that spam will be parsed reported properly. It's the e-mails that make it through to my mailbox that I notice the problems in parsing, because I paste & report them, and see the results. In this example spam, the links: <DIV><A href="http://www.TheFreeProject.com/index.php?referral=2052"><FONT color="#0000FF"><U>If you want to give it a try, go here.</U></FONT></A> </DIV> <DIV> </DIV> <DIV><A href="http://www.TheFreeProject.com/index.php?referral=2052"><FONT color="#0000FF"><U>http://TheFreeProject.com/index.php?referral=2052</U></FONT></A></DIV> Neither are reported to be found, even though they are not being obfuscated in any way. So I paste the link into another reporting form and get a reporting address: abuse[at]dreamhost.com But what happens when I add that address for them to get a report?: abuse[at]dreamhost.com does not wish to receive user-copied reports. This website is paying spammers to send them visitors. It seems to me, this is a perfect example of the spammers, and who they work for, getting off easy. I doubt that the message source (rr.com) will do anything. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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