> On 25/07/2012 6:52 AM, Frank Gadegast wrote:
>> "Michele Neylon :: Blacknight" wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>> If they send reports to $random addresses they don't really deserve a response
>> Thats a true word for prefessionals, but not for not-so-skilled
>> reporter, that are happy to find out, that there is something like RIPE
>> and a whois showing them who is responsible for a resource, if they
>> get abused.
> I have to agree with this.
> As a purely 'amateur' reporter, The WhoIs record is all I can rely on
> as an _officially_ published record to report my complaint.
> There are other ways, but none are as easy to use and as official.
> If the people responsible for reducing SPAM won't do anything to make
> it easier by at least enforcing a proper abuse address in the expected
> and designated place, then it makes the job of reporting and reducing
> SPAM that much harder.
> No matter what you will do, publishing any address opens the door to
> receiving SPAM, but ... why complain about it; use the information
> provided by this SPAM in the same way you expect any other user
> to use it - except you won't need me to report it to you :-)
> Fight Spam - report it with wxSR
> http://www.columbinehoney.net/wxSR.shtml >