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April 27, 2007, 8:45 am
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I use a software named "Xenu" to identify a provider from its URL but I
cannot identify him from his sole IP adress or rmail information.
Do you know a free sofwtare able to do that ?
From exmaple, to identify the host sending this kind of spam by email ?
Info found in the mail details :
NB. The IP 86... gives only time out and the sender has changed his email
(From) to reflect mine via a routing to email@example.com
Could someone give me some hints to try intercepting this guy and warn his
I am not sure that this mail is associated to virus as Kasperky doesn't give
me any alert.
Re: How to identify a spamer ?
http://www.ripe.net/perl/whois is a place to enter the IP number
http://www.gena01.com/win32whois/ does the above, but automated, and
contacts a lot more of these WHOIS services, not only RIPE.
Use the output, especially the option "get abuse info" (which retrieves
information from www.abuse.org). It doesn't always help, but makes it a
BTW: We Germans call Wanadoo "Spamadoo". Guess why...
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