[SpamCop-List] Re: Spamming the spammers
nobody at spamcop.net
Sat Feb 28 09:56:41 EST 2004
Scott Wiper (nobody at devnull.spamcop.net) wrote in
news:c1p4qt$uas$1 at news.spamcop.net:
> I have sent this to a freind who will robot sign the following spam
> mail reply to addresses They have been signed up to 1,000 spam signup
> sites so their servers will get clogged with my current IP so the
> spammed sites know where it's comming from.
And just how do you know that those addresses don't belong (or *will*
belong!) to innocent bystanders who will then receive spam because *you*
have signed them up for it?
Even if an address currently does not exist at an existing domain - it
could be (re-)created tomorrow. (Although unlikely with the long randonm
strings, it's quite likely with short strings or real words like
'jcclt' or 'coups'.)
If you want to poison a spammer's list, use addresses that *cannot*
exist. See RFC2606: http://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc2606.txt
Marjolein Katsma - Amsterdam, NL - http://hshelp.com/
Spam reporting addresses: http://banspam.javawoman.com/report3.html
Spammers steal resources: they're my enemy.
Cyveillance steals resources: they're my enemy.
The enemy of my enemy can be my enemy, too.
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