[SpamCop-List] Re: Someone using my SpamCop account? or is it Spam?
nobodyy at devnull.spamcop.net
Wed Jun 1 11:42:18 EDT 2005
"Mike Easter" <MikeE at ster.invalid> wrote in message
news:d7kf6k$fk9$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> Stello wrote:
> Yabbut, you are posting some headers which were in the body of a mail
> whose headers we are interested in. What would've been better would
> have been if you had pasted the entire mail into the parser, copied the
> tracking url, cancelled the report, and pasted the tracker in here.
Is this the newsgroup to post the full headers?
> That way we could look at the headers of the item you received, as well
> as this content which you've pasted here, which not only takes up more
> 'space' than a tracker, but also isn't quite as informative as having
> the entire thing. If you wanted or needed to do some modest mungeing of
> the item before submitting it to the parser, you should make it clear in
> your post how much you have munged.
The headers in the body of the email I posted were not true headers. They
were in the body of the email I received, supposedly from SpamCop. I looked
for my personal information and didn't see any, which is why I think it is a
spam, phishing, or spoof. No viruses on board this machine or spyware or
> Your signup authorization letter contains a pw and a submit code which
> are/were secret. This item contains a submit code in more than one
> place. It also includes headers with a bogus helo. I suspect that if
> you examine your authorization registration letter, you will find your
> submit code matches that for this item.
Well once upon a time I may have had an authorization letter with a submit
code. I have had this paid account for so long, I only need to sign in
using an email address. I have long forgotten the rest.
Ill check out my account.
> Mike Easter
> kibitzer, not SC admin
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