[SpamCop-List] Re: Need some help with GrantProfessor.com
nobody at devnull.spamcop.net
Sun Sep 12 06:19:30 EDT 2004
"ToniK" wrote in message
> So, I am not satisfied with what spamcop finds in
> The complaint is only being sent to one address, while there are 3
> URL's. What am I missing (I hate to be newbe)? What do I do?!
Ummm... first off, start a new thread? this item has nothing to do
with this thread's topic, IMO.
This http://http://www.junip.com/?a=CD73&b=58&d=0 does not
resolve because the syntax is invalid. If you wish to report the alleged
spamvendor domain junip.com to admins for hir ISP, plug junip.com
into the websubmit form to access the appropriate abuse desk and
manually report. You can't make the link work without first fixing it:
The parser correctly "sees" a broken link.
This http://www.discovery04wind.com/you/can see it does not resolve
but in your browser, this does:
Again, is left to you to "see" what the robot parser misses. In many
cases spammers seem to protect spamvendors and themselves by
endless tricks to avoid detection by the parser. The parser is not
"Deep Blue" and can't be expected to "see" the deviant behavior
of the spamsourcer without previously being configured to look
for it. The parser can only be reasonably preprogrammed to
"see past" some obfuscation, not all.
The one thing you may never do is "cheat" and modify the
spamitem to trick the parser into seeing things it should not.
OTOH, if you knew in advance the abuse desks to be notified,
you could manually enter that information in the "user notify"
section when sending reports. The parser can only be allowed
to report what it "sees". What you "see", you assume responsibility
for acting or not acting on.
I could not find a third URL. Image URL's don't qualify, as spammers
will often "borrow" images from wherever they please.
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