Spam This!

The following are email addresses I’d like spam bots to spam, for the simple reason that these people were stupid enough to give me a valid email address when they spammed me.

33 thoughts on “Spam This!

  1. I’ve never done business with any of these companies, so there is no legitimate reason for them to accidentally have me on their list. I shouldn’t have to ask to be taken off their list, since I never asked to be put on it.

    Furthermore, I don’t click those “unsubscribe” links since many of those only serve to validate your email address with the spammer and only will increase the amount of spam you will receive.

  2. Well, I’m responsible for sending mailshots from the domain, and I know we don’t send out any bulk emails except to our customers. If you’ve managed to get onto this by mistake then just let us know and you’ll be removed.

    I’ve no idea how you might have gotten onto the list if you’ve had no dealings with us, but still, talk to us and we’ll resolve whatever problems you have with us.

  3. Hi Chris,

    Here’s the problem: I don’t have time to contact every company I’ve never heard of who sends me spam (or mailshots as you call them). I’m sure you can imagine how quickly this does not scale since you get paid to send these emails out to people, but nobody pays me for my time to deal with them. And of course there are thousands of people like you and only one of me.

    Unfortunately, this is the problem with Opt-Out lists. I didn’t ask to be put on it and now you expect me to make the effort to be taken off. This makes things really convenient for you, but very painful for me.

    On the other hand, editing my blog is easy, quick and doesn’t require me to navigate phone trees, track down the one person in a company who is responsible for this sorta thing or reply to spam begging to be taken off the list risking that I’ll just get even more spam because now I’ve confirmed my email address is read by a real human being.

    And posting email addresses on my blog hopefully gives legit companies an incentive to change their Opt-Out list policy by either giving them a small taste of what it feels like or by public humiliation. It’s not ideal by any means, but I believe it will be more effective in the long term.

  4. Well, I can’t say I agree with your methods, but as we’re essentially sitting on opposite sides of the fence I can’t say that’s suprising :)

    I am confused about how you received something from us though, as I’ve checked through our CRM and I can’t find any addresses whatsoever. Could you forward me the email you received from us that caused you ire? That way I’ll at least be able to track down where it came from & why it was sent, and prevent this occuring again.

  5. Hi Chris,

    I don’t keep those emails, so there’s no way to send it your way. However, since you seem to be trying to do the right thing and I haven’t received any more of those emails I’ve taken you off the list.

  6. Hi, I have a problem when using tcpreplay. I want to change icmptype of a packet. I have read the manul doc and searched the internet, but still have no idea of it. Does tcprewrite support changing of any field of a packet (like icmptype I met) ? I am looking forward for your reply, thank you so much!

  7. HELLO!!!!

    Please help me and i will donate you in litecoin :)

    I want to dump on pcap game data from online account incoming coins to my phone app.

    My phone is conected to tethering internet from wlan1 and my pc is conected to internet from wlan0.

    After that i want edit my pcap file and change the values
    (in readable ‘unicode or any other encoding’ text format from hex) from coins with cli program if it
    possible (from command line to be make automations “find and change” and auto-scrypts) or with any
    other programs if is not possible from cli to be make the changes manually.

    In my case the app is not allow any cheat-engine and i want change the incoming coins
    from tcp wlan1 to my phone app (coin wallet check) and some other values if i will needed.

    I need my dump.pcap to be have no records from game uploading tcp data to the
    game server,i need to keep only incoming data to phone and save them in dump.pcap

    Please give me the command line option to do this..or your best other things you can be provide me
    to complete my operation.


    ORIGINAL DATA: ID NUMBER: 837456034 coins 20

    CHANGE TO: ID NUMBER: 874562825 coins: 2000

    When i replay the tcp packets all data to be readable from the cheated app will be as the original like same ip
    of server sender or any else?(As i know answer is yes..)

    Please give me if you can installation scrypt or command line install to fix or make new install
    with all needed tools of my needs on new ubuntu iso installation.
    (my first sudo install is have hard broken in ubuntu_20.04).

    My log:

    oneof4321@4321:~/tcpreplay-4.3.3$ sudo make test
    [sudo] password for oneof4321:
    echo Making test in ./test
    Making test in ./test
    cd ./test && make test
    make[1]: Entering directory ‘/home/oneof4321/tcpreplay-4.3.3/test’
    NOTICE: Tests must be run as root
    Sending traffic on ‘eth0’ and ‘eth0’
    [tcpprep] Auto/Router mode test: OK
    [tcpprep] Auto/Bridge mode test: OK
    [tcpprep] Auto/Client mode test: OK
    [tcpprep] Auto/Server mode test: OK
    [tcpprep] Auto/First mode test: OK
    [tcpprep] CIDR mode test: OK
    [tcpprep] Regex mode test: OK
    [tcpprep] Port mode test: OK
    [tcpprep] MAC mode test: OK
    [tcpprep] Comment mode test: OK
    [tcpprep] Print info mode test: OK
    [tcpprep] Print comment mode test: OK
    [tcpprep] Config mode test: OK
    [tcpprep] MAC reverse mode test: OK
    [tcpprep] CIDR reverse mode test: OK
    [tcpprep] Regex reverse mode test: OK
    [tcpprep] exclude packets test: OK
    [tcpprep] include packets test: OK
    [tcpprep] include source test: OK
    [tcpprep] include destination test: OK
    [tcpreplay] Basic test: make[1]: *** [Makefile:799: replay_basic] Error 255
    [tcpreplay] Cache test: make[1]: *** [Makefile:805: replay_cache] Error 255
    [tcpreplay] Packets/sec test: make[1]: *** [Makefile:1037: replay_pps] Error 255
    [tcpreplay] Mbps test: make[1]: *** [Makefile:1043: replay_rate] Error 255
    [tcpreplay] Topspeed test: make[1]: *** [Makefile:1061: replay_top] Error 255
    [tcpreplay] Config file/VLAN add test: make[1]: *** [Makefile:1079: replay_config] Error 255
    [tcpreplay] Multiplier test: make[1]: *** [Makefile:1049: replay_multi] Error 255
    [tcpreplay] Packets/sec Multiplier test: make[1]: *** [Makefile:1055: replay_pps_multi] Error 255
    [tcpreplay] Precache test: make[1]: *** [Makefile:1067: replay_precache] Error 255
    [tcpreplay] Statistics test: make[1]: *** [Makefile:817: replay_stats] Error 255
    [tcpreplay] Dual file test: make[1]: *** [Makefile:1085: replay_dualfile] Error 255
    [tcpreplay] Maximum sleep test: make[1]: *** [Makefile:1091: replay_maxsleep] Error 255
    [tcprewrite] Portmap test: OK
    [tcprewrite] Portmap range test: OK
    [tcprewrite] Endpoint test: OK
    [tcprewrite] Pseudo NAT test: OK
    [tcprewrite] Truncate test: OK
    [tcprewrite] Pad test: OK
    [tcprewrite] Seed IP test: OK
    [tcprewrite] Src/Dst MAC test: OK
    [tcprewrite] Layer2 test: OK
    [tcprewrite] Config/VLAN Add test: OK
    [tcprewrite] Skip bcast test: OK
    [tcprewrite] DLT User test: OK
    [tcprewrite] DLT Cisco HDLC test: OK
    [tcprewrite] VLAN Delete test: OK
    [tcprewrite] Remove EFCS: OK
    [tcprewrite] Force TTL: OK
    [tcprewrite] Increase TTL: OK
    [tcprewrite] Reduce TTL: OK
    [tcprewrite] TOS test: OK
    [tcprewrite] MTU Truncate test: OK
    [tcprewrite] Substitute Src/Dst MAC test: OK
    [tcprewrite] Seeded MAC test: OK
    [tcprewrite] Seeded Keep MAC test: OK
    [tcprewrite] L7 fuzzing test: OK
    [tcprewrite] TCP sequence test: OK
    make[1]: Target ‘test’ not remade because of errors.
    make[1]: Leaving directory ‘/home/oneof4321/tcpreplay-4.3.3/test’
    make: *** [Makefile:895: test] Error 2




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