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Bug #3267 Persistent spam on e-mail, shown only here
Submitted: 2000-01-21 08:48 UTC Modified: 2000-01-21 14:25 UTC
From: bug at nowhere dot no dot place dot for dot bat dot ru Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Other
PHP Version: 3.0.14 OS: Doesn't matter
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
 [2000-01-21 08:48 UTC] bug at nowhere dot no dot place dot for dot bat dot ru
Hi!

Just a HUGE complain on all php3 bug-tracking system.

I used e-mail address bug@nowhere.no.place.for.bat.ru
to send several bug reports, concerning php3. I created
this address just for purpose to write to this mailing list.
It wasn't used anywhere else. And, what I'm getting on it now?

Tons of spam, spam, spam... Nothing php related (2 of my
tickets still open, btw). I wonder - does the addresses, 
appeared here directly goes to all that spam databases or, 
they are sold on a separate price?

Very disappointed,
Timur Bakeyev.

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 [2000-01-21 14:25 UTC] mrobinso at cvs dot php dot net
There are many ways to retrieve your email address. It most likely had nothing to do with this system.

You can take this up with the people responsible for the spam, their isp, or your isp.

In any event, this is not a php bug.
It's an internet bug. :>



 
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