[SpamCop-List] Re: Some Stats
glnews030922 at highspot.net
Tue Nov 16 13:45:17 EST 2004
N. Miller wrote:
> In article <cn5j0n$bl$1 at news.spamcop.net>, Graeme Leith says...
> All of the domains listed above belong to SBC; all, except pbi.net, are
> residential gateways, and likely host spam zombies, and the like. Pbi.net
> appears to be for commercial accounts; probably a source of "mainsleaze"
> spam; I have received small quantities from that domain.
> Such a table as you have created should, properly, include spam from all of
> the above sources under just the heading "SBC", as I have done. Since
> ameritech.net is under your radar, you failed to include them.
Technically, you are correct. However, my system is automated and I
don't want to do anything to manually massage the results.
> Actually, based on my samples, I would estimate another 275 attempts from
> ameritech.net; and I will throw in just 1 attempt from snet.net because they
> register in my logs. Redoing the SBC line again:
>>| SBC (pacbell+swbell) | 167*| 1,118 |
> I don't have a number for the Ameritech hosts. I used 30 as a WAG. I didn't
> take SNET hosts into consideration. As you can see, SBC "outshines" Comcast
> by a significant margin (yeah, I know; shit doesn't shine)! Nearly twice as
> much proxy spam from SBC as from Comcast. SBC also has a number of entries
> in the SBL, and hosts at least one ROKSO spammer.
Current Ameritech stats are: 55 hosts with 212 attempts.
Evidence shows Cyveillance abuse internet resources.
I recommend unchecking their box in SpamCop reports.
Cyveillance are part of the problem.
They are not part of the solution.
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