Anyone figure out how to deal with snowshoe spam?
Question asked by Andrew Stein - December 4, 2014 at 2:09 PM
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I've posted about this before, but figured I'd try again.  For the past 6 months we've seen the snowshoe spam attacks as described at the below articles:
http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=AL1589
https://drjohnstechtalk.com/blog/2014/05/enom-source-of-recent-spam-campaigns/
 
At the end of this post is an example of a this type of spam.
 
I've used Bruce's latest anti-spam settings, but the problem is that many of the messages slip through before they are caught by any of the RBLs.   I've been checking them against mxtoolbox.com's blacklist check and they'll come up clean on all 100 checks (see attached pic.)
 
Many of the domains that we've been hit with were registered the day we received the spam, but the last few I've checked were registered years ago.  All seem to be registered via enom.   
Has anyone found a way to deal with them yet?
 
 
 
Example:
Unbelievable Transformations That Will Absolutely Shock You!
Iggy Azalea And 4 Moms Transform Their Bodies in 4 Weeks
Finally, they were outed after dropping a bottle at the airport yesterday. A famous "Celebrity" caught them cheating with an internet-product that is helping women everywhere lose pounds super fast.
 
 
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Jill Sanders: LOL, this is no longer a secret why dosent everyone know about this? If not everyone should.
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Carry Rasftove: OK so where do I get it?????? I seen this but it was not in any store....
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Omg. Long story short:
 
 

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