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I have received over 50 such s in the last 24 hours, many of them repetitive. I got about 20 of them in the space of 5 minutes last night all from the same "person". Christian Mingle seem to be a dating site for those professing to be Christians. Although they seem to have an indifferent reputation they also don't seem to be out-and-out bulk spam transmitters in the sex trade. I have reported this to them and they say I have an with them I don't and I have never ly even heard of them which they have cancelled, which has not stopped the spam. They seem pretty much unperturbed by all this.
There seem three possibilities. As to ii , I suppose this is not impossible though I am running the latest slackware current with the latest kernel 4. One feature of this is that the local part of my normal gmail address comprises my last name and first name separated by a dot. The spam does not have a dot. With gmail, dots in the local part are ignored so john. I don't know if that offers any vectors for attack by spammers.
Are there any tell-tale things I should look out for to detect whether I have been cracked and does anyone have any other ideas? While john. Result, I'm getting s for people who are real. One of them even purchased Netflix service, I was able to log in into Netflix and watch movies using the information in welcome . Conclusion, I do not think you are hacked.
Just log into Gmail over web interface and mark those mails as spam, Gmail spam filters will take care of them from there. Find More Posts by Emerson. Originally Posted by Emerson. For what it's worth, I've seen sites that may send an e-mail with a confirmation link on -up but may not necessarily do the same thing on the CHANGE of an e-mail address. So it's possible someone ed up for a service, then changed their e-mail address to yours without the site needing confirmation. Not saying this is the case with this site, just that I've seen it before on others.
We'd pick a victim and fill in their details and drop as many of these different cards as we could find. Even better were the ones with a "Tick this box and a salesman will visit your home! Last edited by TenTenths; at AM. Find More Posts by TenTenths. Personally I never found reporting as useful, in fact the most time it's getting worst after that. Maybe Google won't allow this any more, but it perhaps was possible at some point. Let's say my is abdcef google. Makes me think these people have such Google s.
I went through a spell where I kept getting Russian models offering me all kinds of stuff I'm sure it was more like a large burly hairy man or woman. Maybe Google won't allow this any more, but it perhaps was possible at some point I sometimes like to make sure the does contain correct links and also know who exactly is sending it in header. Tend to assume spam is as fake as the news. It is possible that someone simply is using your to avoid their real identity.
Can be a spoofing issue, have you tried some spam filter rules? Find More Posts by webhostus. Originally Posted by TenTenths. Search this Thread Advanced Search. BB code is On. Smilies are On. All times are GMT The time now is AM. Twitter: linuxquestions. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. Search Blogs. Advanced Search. User Name. Remember Me? General This forum is for non-technical general discussion which can include both Linux and non-Linux topics. Have fun! Search this Thread. View Public Profile. View Review Entries. Find More Posts by chrisVV. Visit Emerson's home! Quote: Originally Posted by Emerson While john.
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