Bizarre (.bz) abuse report - are we alone?

Gino g at 1337.io
Sun Aug 26 22:01:33 CDT 2012


Send that nonsense to /dev/null

-- 
Gino

On 8/26/12 7:55 PM, Suresh Ramasubramanian wrote:
> This is almost certainly sent by some idiot hand reporting spam /
> desktop firewall alerts, with a fake address because he thinks
> everybody out there is a spammer.
> 
> Lossless compression of your abuse queue is possible when you just
> delete those, or procmail them out when they get too regular.
> 
> --srs
> 
> On Mon, Aug 27, 2012 at 8:05 AM, Jay Hennigan <jay at west.net> wrote:
>> OK, we're pretty vigilant about policing abusers on our network.  This
>> just showed up from "no-reply at abuse.bz".  Please see my responses
>> inline.  Mail origin IP is from an ISP in the Netherlands.  Some
>> information redacted to protect the guilty.
>>
>> Is this type of thing typical these days and we're just lucky so far and
>> behind the curve on the futility of trying to take action on reports of
>> network abuse?
> 




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