Spamming of NANOG list members

Scott Christopher sc at
Fri May 24 15:40:36 UTC 2019

Rich Kulawiec wrote: 

> On Fri, May 24, 2019 at 08:17:31AM -0700, Brian Kantor wrote:
> > Anne, the way that such addresses are often harvested is that one of
> > the spammers (or his agent) becomes a member of the list and simply
> > records the addresses of persons posting to the list.  They then
> > get spammed.
> I rather suspect that's exactly what's happening here.  I've gotten three,
> but a colleague who is subscribed but has never posted has gotten zero,
> despite sharing the same email infrastructure and thus precisely the
> same configuration.

Not even that - google your email address inside " " and see where it can be harvested.


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