October 2016 in Spamtraps: ESPs

ESP mail seen in spamtraps October 2016

ESP mail seen in spamtraps October 2016

Severely late this month, to offset last month’s being well on time… đŸ™‚

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KeyUp / Sivona / DSN / Spam-Sauvola

Please find enclosed a few recordings of harassing telephone calls made from +358-41-3633495, the registered telephone number in keyup.fi, Dysnomia Oy. The voice does not belong to “Katariina”, obviously, so it’s “Niklaus”, and even though their Finnish is not native (rather Estonian-influenced), it clearly isn’t spoken by Kenyans either (w.r.t. the registered owners of Dysnomia Oy) or Arabs (w.r.t. Mohammed Sahran, the registered owner of dsn.fi, one of their spamming domains).

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September 2016 in Spamtraps: ESPs

ESP mail seen in spamtraps September 2016

ESP mail seen in spamtraps September 2016

On time this month, only four hours after data collection has ended!

The theme of this month’s post is Back to Basics, ou, si vous prĂ©fĂ©rez, La RentrĂ©e. The term has started and the oddities of summer seem to be over. đŸ™‚

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August 2016 in Spamtraps: ESPs

ESP mail seen in spamtraps August 2016

ESP mail seen in spamtraps August 2016

The theme of this month’s post is a specific company, unfortunately. The questionable honour goes to SMTP.com, Inc.

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Streamsend: ESP Spams for Its Own Marketing Department

Streamsend, the ESP service of ISP EZ Publishing, is sending bulk email to an email address that hasn’t been live since the 1990s. The email advertises EZ Publishing webhosting and development services.

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July 2016 in Spamtraps: ESPs

ESP mail seen in spamtraps July 2016

ESP mail seen in spamtraps July 2016

The theme of this month’s post is “Rospaden”

The flag of the fictitious state of Rospaden

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June 2016 in Spamtraps: ESPs

ESP mail seen in spamtraps June 2016

ESP mail seen in spamtraps June 2016

Long overdue – summer holidays and all that, but here we go.

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New Server (Take #2)

The Mainsleaze Blog has moved to yet another new server, this one running CentOS 7. Everything appears to be working properly, including the pages and links that were broken on the first server. Please review the site, attempt to post comments, etc. If nothing breaks for the next 48 hours, I will declare victory and shut down the old server for good. đŸ™‚

Thank you, everybody, for your patience!

Back on the Old Server

The Mainsleaze blog moved to a new server over the weekend. A number of odd bugs ensured. A day’s research and efforts to fix the problems exposed some serious underlying bugs in the most recent version of the underlying operating system on the server. We reverted to the old server til we can get the new server properly debugged or upgrade to a less buggy OS.

Sorry for the delays! đŸ™‚

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