Re: Strangeness? spam gang(s) has fine tuned look-up delays to
avoid SC look up?
bar_n0ne at hotmail.com
Tue Dec 14 15:47:53 EST 2004
"Berny" <bar_n0ne at hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:cphj43$v64$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> "Mathew Hendry" <TJLWBECGSGWU at spammotel.com> wrote in message
> news:nijmr05q2b7q3cd1vrsdplgbd6810git77 at 4ax.com...
> > On Sat, 11 Dec 2004 17:40:08 +0400, "Berny" <bar_n0ne at hotmail.com>
> > >I think there must be some good commercial Miltering software out there
> > >is tagging onto spamvertized URLS that they are trying to get around.
> > spamassassin 3.x checks against the http://surbl.org blacklists, which
> > fed indirectly by SpamCop reports. Given the wide use of spamassassin,
> > the high scores it assigns to surbl hits by default, there's a great
> > incentive to spammers to avoid having their sites reported, even if
> > running on "bulletproof" hosts.
> > -- Mat.
> Well here's a partial list of "problem" sites:
my reportable web sites is probably less than 10% now, even refreshing the
parse doesn't improve the catch and takes fooooreeeeveeer.
Me thinks one or more spam gangs along with their hosters have figured out
how to get enough delay to avoid being seen by SC, but not enough to over
try the patience of the vicodin addicts with small penises and erectile
disfunction looking for small bottles to hang in front of their license
plates before they get too many points and lose their drivers license for
going through red lights, and really need a cheaper mortgage from China so
they can pay for everything they've been ordering.
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