Hi, > Does anyone know of anything I could do to get them to move on from spoofing > my domain to spoofing the next victim's domain? Backtrace the swines, report to their ISP and if in the UK or US, the police. > Is there any real harm to me that they are spoofing my domain, btw? I assume > that network admins are smart enough now that they realize almost all spam > addresses are spoofs and they don't go arbitrarily blacklisting poor suckers > like me. :-( Not all of them. Big ISPs will kick first, ask later. Personally, I'd use a pgp signature, try to register that with your ISP (though that may be difficult as lots of front/help desk bods wouldn't know what pgp signature was if it came up and whacked them in the face with a frozen plaice!) and make sure that people know that if it doesn't have your pgp sig, then it's not from you. > Now, I'm assuming this is straight forging, and that no spammers are actually > using any network resources related to me (since I pay $10/yr for a web/mail > hosting account for haligonian.com and don't run my own servers). Depends on the spammers. Some will hijack your bandwidth. TTFN Paul -- Homer: Donut? Lisa: No, thanks. Do you have any fruit? Homer: This has purple stuff inside. Purple is a fruit.
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