[SpamCop-List] Re: Links found, but no reports
not at home.today
Wed Jun 2 21:13:40 EDT 2004
>> There is no whois info on logging2594drug.biz (the "click for info"
>> link), so that explains the failure there.
> The problem lies there in part...
> Bear in mind that this algorithm is brand new, and it has to be polished
> to address these issues.
Understood. I notice the Spamcop version number has been increasing
rather quickly recently. The purpose of my post was to bring the
problem to the attention those with influence, as much as wondering
about the reasons.
> I could explain why this spam defeated the
> algorithm because I saw parsings in 'verbose mode' during the very first
> hour it entered service, but that would be considered Useful Information
> for spammers ;-)
That's a good enough answer for me. As long as it's a known issue then
all's well (hopefully).
> Richard W. did state it two days ago:
Yes, I saw that. Thanks for your response - I consider my curiosity
> RW wrote in news:40BADC82.25B859 at spamcop.net:
>> We adopted a policy some time ago to not comment at length on new
>> things SpamCop is doing, because spammers obviously read these forums
>> and use the info to defeat the new coding. You will also notice less
>> "work" shown on the parsing page.
>> This is something SpamCop's new coder is working on, to get around the
>> multiple 'IB' domains found in a lot of spam. There is also some new
>> code to catch dns tricks.
I'll leave this in as a reminder.
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