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I got a number of bounced email that were apparently send by a virus infected PC. Since the mail header reveals the IP (and ISP) where it came from, it's a matter of courtesy to forward the message to abuse@isp. Hurray, the ISP made VERY sure that they are not bothered by such messages!
Dear Stephan H. Wissel,
Emails sent directly to our mailbox are no longer attended to with
immediate effect. Please use the online form at
to submit your
Internet Abuse Incident Report.
For more information on Internet Security, please visit our website at
We wish you a pleasant day ahead!
SingNet Internet Security Team
(this is a system automated reply)
SingNet Homepage -
Internet Security -
I checked the online form.To make it more fun for users:
1) one incident per form
2) request to cut & past email headers & text
Speak after me:
Customers need service!
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