[SpamCop-List] Re: The 2004 Worst Spammer List
flippetyfloo at fake.com
Sat Dec 25 17:27:27 EST 2004
"Mike Easter" <MikeE at ster.invalid> wrote in message
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> That is based on the percentage of the proxy/trojaned IPs which are US
> ones vs the percentage of proxy/trojaned IPs from .kr et al.
> As such, it is more an issue of the geographical distribution of abused
> insecure IPs than anything about spammers.
> Mike Easter
> kibitzer, not SC admin
Here's a very basic question, which I am sure people wonder about, and
there's been lots of debate...but i'll ask it anyway.
Why is this problem continuing? Don't the ISP's contact the owners of the
infected machines? If they are trying, why aren't people smart enough to
know how to clean their machines?
Sometimes I receive a virus mail.....I send mail to the ISP stating their is
an infected machine.....soon the virus mail stops...so 'something' good
happened.........yet reporting spam doesn't seem to help that much.
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