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Re: Bizarre (.bz) abuse report - are we alone?
From: Gino <g () 1337 io>
Date: Sun, 26 Aug 2012 20:01:33 -0700

Send that nonsense to /dev/null


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.


On Mon, Aug 27, 2012 at 8:05 AM, Jay Hennigan <jay () west net> wrote:
OK, we're pretty vigilant about policing abusers on our network.  This
just showed up from "no-reply () 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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