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Sunday, December 19, 2010

Why FaceBook Lets Spammers Use It for Phishing?

There are only few good social media platforms online, but surely not FB.

I received in one time 4 emails sent by somebody using FB to four of my personal emails to join him there.

The only instructions from FB at the bottom of the email are:

To sign up for Facebook, follow the link below:

Already have an account? Add this email address to your account:

That means the platform has no means to block spammers special those using FB to spam people they do not know or just for Phishing purposes.

That person uses four of my emails and intentionally and he knows by doing that, he submits my emails to other services through face book. There are no measures to deal with this in face book.

This is why I consider this social media not good.

Two of the emails have the following invitation:

I have started using Quiz Planet, an application on Facebook, and I think you would like it too. Facebook is a website that lets you connect with your friends, share photos, use applications and more.

Almost all of the sources of the emails are as follows:

Date: Sun, 19 Dec 2010 01:16:18 -0800
To: my first email
From: the spammer at invite+ooy2osj6 @ facebookmail dot com
Reply-to: the spammer at his private email
Subject: Join me on Facebook
Message-ID: 206ffaed185aae4ad173ee4b1f678af4 @ www dot facebook dot com
X-Priority: 3
X-Mailer: ZuckMail [version 1.00]
X-Facebook-Notify: general_invite; mailid=377ca8fG289c2100G0G8
Errors-To: invite+ooy2osj6 at facebookmail dot com
X-FACEBOOK-PRIORITY: 1
MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: multipart/alternative;
boundary="b1_206ffaed185aae4ad173ee4b1f678af4"
X-Spam-Level: 2/5
-Classification-phishing: 1
-Classification-spam: 2
-Diagnostics: database-version=2010-10-01_01 tests=spam.CT_UNKNOWN=1,spam.[str=0001.0A3C0202.4D0DD927.009A:SCFMA12945349/ss=1/fgs=0]=0

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Facebook Spams!

The way social media works to enable people to invite their friends is becoming concrete spam. That spam runs legally under the nose of the concerned bodies.

That is not the way to build follow up and friends using social media. It is not also a nice way to build mailing lists.

Mailing lists have ethics even when you invite somebody to invite friends or to forward to friends.

It is becoming more alarming in the social media from different aspects that people should take care.

Some people also use the social media for Phishing and sending spam... See the portion of the spam classification and the Phishing in the section analyzed by my software at the end of the source.

Here is an email from somebody there.


Return-Path: invite+ooy2osj6 @ facebookmail.com
Received: from mx-out.facebook.com ([69.63.178.175])
Return-Path: invite+ooy2osj6 @ facebookmail.com
DKIM-Signature: v=1; a=rsa-sha1; d=facebookmail.com; s=q1-2009b; c=relaxed/relaxed;
q=dns/txt; i= @ facebookmail.com; t=1272512569;
h=From:Subject:Date:To:MIME-Version:Content-Type;
bh=cxW5/x+luwmzKrZOBWJCg8Kmlp0=;
b=nE1sHVL0wtNoi6ovXLiD3vOB3JmbNJ02BPgzUd7visqfyWibR4LuWZD6X4QZdHGa
t9Ev5zV1euNexySUi+7ygA==;
Received: from [10.18.255.177] ([10.18.255.177:38658])
by mta011.snc1.facebook.com (envelope-from )
(ecelerity 2.2.2.45 r(34067)) with ECSTREAM
id D9/D2-06235-93009DB4; Wed, 28 Apr 2010 20:42:49 -0700
X-Facebook: from zuckmail ([MTAuMzAuMjMzLjIxOA==])
by www.facebook.com with HTTP (ZuckMail);
Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2010 20:42:49 -0700
To: Me
From: M W invite+ooy2osj6 @ facebookmail.com (I have the full name and the email address)
Reply-to: mw etc.. @ graphic...etc.com
Subject: Check out my photos on Facebook
Message-ID: 0b0c112a6e7e20ddbcb69b3ad993f2b5 @www.facebook.com
X-Priority: 3
X-Mailer: ZuckMail [version 1.00]
X-Facebook-Notify: general_invite; mailid=242fd67G289c2100G0G8
Errors-To: invite+ooy2osj6 @ facebookmail.com
X-FACEBOOK-PRIORITY: 1
MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: multipart/alternative;
boundary="b1_0b0c112a6e7e20ddbcb69b3ad993f2b5"
X-CM-Analysis: v=1.1 cv=xzwCKE9vLRGviC0k8VGTV5skiJzRKWsEuvJAAbwF/pA= c=1 sm=0 a=UxTp8-uFxO4A:10 a=cRN2QTq5OgD480zj+5oSUw==:17 a=3j4BkbkPAAAA:8 a=rcdpctoXqj2QncYkNVoA:9 a=WEXslMShZncr3edotrIA:7 a=prFLqv3CpYZgj7j7c9KVF_Jx_B0A:4 a=GTXUAHecd4QA:10 a=ZMu417LsLRwA:10 a=uGRofL1fVw1uUg6b:21 a=Rl2Y_W6zHT8XNTUa:21 a=D0CCUJU_AAAA:8 a=o_unwGA2k1HsQyvRJRgA:9 a=FUVtIhTCvs2wTy2sewQA:7 a=DXf_coXQ2dyWzVk6lg74DgvuVIsA:4 a=Ze6sQigKyk0A:10 a=0ConHZp-Wp3vComG:21 a=8GgQO6Fk1k09CTlF:21 a=HpAAvcLHHh0Zw7uRqdWCyQ==:117
X-Spam-Level: 2/5
X-FS-Classification-phishing: 1
X-FS-Classification-spam: 2
X-FS-Diagnostics: database-version=2010-03-25_03 tests=spam.CT_UNKNOWN=1,spam.[str=0001.0A3C0009.4BD92E98.0132:SCFMA2695220/ss=1/fgs=0]=0

Sunday, May 02, 2010

Using My Daily Flog to Spam

I am not accusing My Daily Flog to be spammer. However, this could be possible. Someone sent me spam from there and I actually could not imagine a person who could not write good English can use or add misleading back links to a text link.

Some spammers actually forget that people could read misleading links. They used (mybloglog.com) as a text link to their website at My Daily Flog dot com. They used also Yahoo services to send this spam.

They even do not know that people could feel offended by sending unsolicited emails to them.

Here's the email spam although they attached a beautiful picture of a beautiful girl to it.

Hi i wish you a good day,

my name is (the full name here) I want good friendship from you. I visited your profile from mybloglog.com and got interested to know you more if you don't mind. I will tell you about my self more in next mail. I believe that age, race, language and distance matters nothing in a good relationship.Please your acceptance reply will make me feel very happy.
thank you and God bless you.

I have attached my photo for you, please send your photo to me.

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Cross Link Builders are Spammers!

What would you do if somebody offended you?

I received the following email spam from somebody at crosslink builder, to reciprocate links with my website although there's a from on my website to do that.

Regardless to that is spam and the spam never work as I can track and block it, I ask is this a good way to get response from others?

Yes of course, they are fishing. However, they do not know that would make people angry. In addition, they waste their times in sending such spam.

The stupid email spam says:

I would like to build a reciprocal website link between (the website name) and (my website name). I believe that the content in both websites would be of great interest to visitors and this could result in increased web traffic and improvement in google page rankings for both businesses.

Higher page rankings would mean more successful search engine listings.

You can register for free with Crosslink builder (and dsicover your google page rank) to build a reciprocal link by clicking on (a link to crosslink builder registering page with my website added to the extension file ... well, I will report this to the concerned directions)

Please let me know if you wish to proceed. This email has been initiated by a crosslink-builder user.

Do not reply directly to this Email. Replies should be sent to somebody @ gmail.com

Yours,
marcel

Details of the email spam:

Return-Path: invitelink at crosslink - builder . com
Received: from rubyweb-1 . titaninternet . co .uk (85.232.60.90)
Received: from Rubyweb-1 . titaninternet .co .uk ([127.0.0.1])
by Rubyweb-1 . titaninternet .co .uk
Message-Id: 20102704.221245.6111dfd5 at crosslink-builder. com
Date: Tue, 27 Apr 2010 22:12:45 GMT
X-MSMail-Priority: Normal
X-mailer: AspMail 4.0 4.11 (SMT4C098EF)
Subject: Request for mutual web link
Return-Path: invitelink @ crosslink-builder .com
X-OriginalArrivalTime: 27 Apr 2010 22:12:46.0226 (UTC)
FILETIME=[C3EEBF20:01CAE656]
X-Scrubber-List: not listed
X-Scrubber-ClamAV: clean
X-Scrubber-VpopQuota: space available
MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
X-Spam-Level: 2/5
X-FS-Classification-phishing: 1
X-FS-Classification-spam: 2
X-FS-Diagnostics: database-version=2010-03-25_03 tests=spam.CT_UNKNOWN=1,spam.[str=0001.0A3C0009.4BD7CBB2.0078:SCGSTAT639947/ss=1/fgs=0]=0

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Few Chinese are Spammers!

Chinese spammers have different strange behaviours. They never get confident when rejected and blocked and they always try to unfold the mechanism behind blocking tools.

However, they ignore the principle in spamming and blocking that stresses on the fact that no one will respond to spam.

People do not expose their businesses this way. It is the shortest way to failure.

Do Chinese spammers know this fact?

The answer is no, since they continue spamming in emails, blog posts and some forms on websites and try to infringe the identification codes on those forms.

Anyway, I still love China since the days I read most of those books written by Mao tse-Tung and I like some places in Beijing and around the Yangtze River

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