For the last few days I've been getting hundreds of "undeliverable email" messages. The sender of the undeliverable email is a garbage name at my domain. I think some bot is just cranking out these names, having found out my domain name. I'm pretty sure there is no virus on my computer; also I've been using only webmail for a while. Is there any way to make this stop?
Something verycurious is going on in the bowels of my PC. [more inside]
Is this a spammer trying to circumvent my website "contact" button? [more inside]
Should I do anything about a site advertising via spam? [more inside]
How advanced are Google Ads, really? I thought we were all frightened of Google mining our GMail accounts to serve targeted ads. But when I check the spam folder of my GMail account, all I get is adverts for recipes ("Ginger Spam Salad - serves 1, refrigerate overnight") using the food product Spam! [more inside]
What is the point of stock-related image spam that tells me to invest in a certain company? [more inside]
What's the state of the art in installable spam filters for Unix mail hosts? Spamassassin has failed me. [more inside]
How can I add a random letter verification box to a form on my department's website? [more inside]
How can I get revenge on telemarketers, legally & safely? [more inside]
Mail Administrators: are you seeing a huge increase in the amount of e-mail? [more inside]
Two quick Mail.app questions: How do I "whitelist" an address, and how do I get it to work behind a proxy [more inside]
Has a company given out my email address, or am I at fault? [more inside]
A while back I found a site that allowed you to search Google for products, and it would automatically add negative keywords to your search that filtered out pretty much all of those price comparison sites that seem to be all you get on Google now when you search for a product. Only now I can't find it. Anyone?
The amount of image spam I'm getting has snowballed in the past few months. What can I do? [more inside]
Is there a server based, spam filter that will work with any ISP? I have a friend who cannot change ISPs or email services, he is paying a lot for dial-up time, and he gets about 100 spam: 1 valid email. Is there a spam filter that will check his current email for him and delete the spam, allowing him to keep his current email and ISP? [more inside]
I move to Vietnam. Nobody here has my gmail address and suddenly I get Vietnamese spam. How come? [more inside]
I get tons of spam in languages other than english -- entire messages in other languages that I can't even read to determine what the spam is about. I'd like to make a simple set of email filters to whack out any email in russian, chinese, japanese, and korean. Can someone give me a single character from each language that represents the most commonly used letter? (like the letter "a" in English) [more inside]
Know your enemy and know yourself and you can fight a hundred battles without disaster. -- Sun Tzu I get a lot of blog spam on my website and it got me thinking; if I am to fight it more effectively I need to learn more about it. How is it actually sent, what software or scripts do people use, and where do these people hang out on the Internet? [more inside]
What is my email doing there? [more inside]
Why do I get so much spam addressed to "Kieron Jackson"? [more inside]
What is rs6.net and why is it in so many URLs online (google search), that end up redirecting to where you actually want to go?
Is it possible to restrict access to a web page (or whole site) based on the referrer? [more inside]
Who are these people and why do they keep calling me? They call from Area code 323 and I've never answered in time. This Yahoo Answers says they are spammers but nobody claims to have heard what they are selling ot trying to do. Whats going on here?
How do I create a spam filter in Gmail that immediately deletes spam messages once they have been marked as such by myself? [more inside]
Argh! Gmail image spam! I'm getting 20 of these a day. Since Google has failed to filter these messages, is there a workaround I can use? Also, would simply deleting these messages rather than marking them as spam reduce the possibility of false positives?
I am getting spam to addresses picked up from a PHP mail script - can I stop this? [more inside]
I get spam text messages from Us Weekly magazine on my phone that I guarantee I did not sign up for. T-Mobile won't block messages from the number they come from. How do I get myself off the list? I don't care who cheated on whom, especially since I'm getting charged for each text message they send.
Referral log spam. I've been noticing some strange things.. [more inside]
Waiter! Waiter! There are dots in my spam. Could it be stego? [more inside]
What is this Portuguese E-mail? It's probably spam, but some help would be appreciated. [more inside]
How do I find out if a small, volunteer-run freenet is allowing one or more of its email accounts to send out spam (as compared to, say, being Joe-jobbed)? [more inside]
I browse the site at work from time to time. Thing is I don't remember if I've signed up or not. I know if I did I would have done it at work. In any case I did not sign up with my work email address, nor would I have used my real name. The other day I get an email addressed to me by name saying I've got a someone who wants to meet me blah blah. It's kind of fsking me up because I only use the email internally, though I've sent a couple of thing to my personal email account. This is the only external email I've ever received on that account. Can anybody tell me how they could have gotten my name and email?
Why are so many contact and registration forms kicking back my spamguard-modified GMail address (myaddressas+nameofcompany@gmail) as "invalid?" [more inside]
Why in hell is my site getting so much traffic from South Korea? [more inside]
Can somebody translate this east-asian language spam for me? [more inside]
Any tips for keeping email I send out of the recipients' spam folders? [more inside]
I am getting some odd blog comment spam. Does anyone know what this is about? [more inside]
An email spammer is using my domain as the from: address for sending out endless amounts of spam. I am receiving all the delivery failure messages in my inbox. I could tell my mail server to dump all unrouted (nonexistent account) mail to /dev/null. Are there any other options?
I want to start a Wikipedia page featuring the domains of blog spammers. Does one already exist?
How reliable do you find Gmail's spam filtering? Do i need to check the spam folder before I (or Gmail) empty it? It seems quite good to me - I've been using it since february, and it's been months since any real mail got filtered as spam, and relatively few spam get through. But checking is getting tiresome. what is your experience? Judy
A couple months ago I downloaded an application that worked with google (and maybe other search sites, I don't use them so I'm not sure) that would check sites once you had completed a search. Anyone know what I'm talking about and how to find it again? [more inside]
Seeking comment spam uber advice. [more inside]
I need to post an e-mail address to the contact page of a website. What's the safest way to do this? (Is there a safe way?) [more inside]
Email and spam question - who is sending this email and how? [more inside]
How can I determine exactly from where or how a server's email queue is being filled with outgoing spam from user 'nobody'? [more inside]
Very simple. How can I set up a rule in apple mail to disregard foreign languages (particularly asian and cyrillic languages)? [more inside]
I want to send a large number of E-mails (like 500) to my customers. This isn't spam; they have definitely opted in and know me personally. I'd like to know if there is anything that might cause a problem here . . . [more inside]
I've started getting lots of emails thanking me for my interest in a variety of services/info requests/subscriptions that I definately didn't ask for. Is this some wierd cyberstalking, or is there some new sophisticated type of spam going around? [more inside]
Recently I have been getting emails from my domain bounced back to me from other peoples' automated anti-spam catchers. The problem is that I am not sending these emails... [more inside]
Lately I've been getting more and more spams where the content is delivered as an image. There's no keywords to filter; even the image filename and subject are random words. Are such messages unfilterable? [more inside]