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SPAM Links hosted by Cloudfare.Com Continue

Are you still receiving a lot of SPAM?  Have you looked at the internals of the email, ie the header and HMTL links in the body.  If you do, you may find that many, if not all, contain HTML redirect links that are hosted by Cloudfare.com.  Here is a response I sent to Comcast after their response of my last report.  Basically they are blowing me off.  Suggest to others to try getting more proactive and report directly to Comcast if they find the same.  Tired of the same SPAM everyday that Comcast could catch upfront.

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I am responding to your resolution below.  I have hundreds of emails that have unknown senders and hosted links by Cloudfare.Com.  Below is an analysis of the key contents of one of them – virtually all others (hundreds/thousands) have the same structure.  Something needs to be done

1)Why do you allow forged senders to enter the email system

Received:  from dovpxy-hoc-11o.email.comcast.net ([69.252.207.20]) by dovdir4-hob-06o.email.comcast.net with LMTP id aE57AKlegVzTLAAA4xkQgg ; Thu, 07 Mar 2019 18:10:49 +0000

host 69.252.207.20 = resimta-ch2-20v.sys.comcast.net (cached)

resimta-ch2-20v.sys.comcast.net is 69.252.207.20

69.252.207.20 not listed in cbl.abuseat.org

69.252.207.20 not listed in dnsbl.sorbs.net

69.252.207.20 is not an MX for dovback4-hob-21o.email.comcast.net

69.252.207.20 is not an MX for resimta-ch2-20v.sys.comcast.net

69.252.207.20 is not an MX for dovdir4-hob-06o.email.comcast.net

69.252.207.20 is not an MX for dovback4-hob-21o.email.comcast.net

Possible spammer: 69.252.207.20

Host dovdir4-hob-06o.email.comcast.net (checking ip) = 96.118.19.9

96.118.19.9 not listed in cbl.abuseat.org

96.118.19.9 not listed in dnsbl.sorbs.net

69.252.207.20 is not an MX for dovdir4-hob-06o.email.comcast.net

69.252.207.20 is not an MX for dovdir4-hob-06o.email.comcast.net

Looks like a forgery

2)Why do you continue to allow emails with Cloudfare hosted links to enter the system – it seems to me that each user should have the option to exclude these.

Tracking link: https://hata.stufffe.us/jDhmrg-9we1LJP5PJG4lBkGFW4tIdmcAFri3gagVtji5KTarOFFhL17Zmq8y7ZV-Wn9WUomM4gaf...

No recent reports, no history available

Host hata.stufffe.us (checking ip) = 104.18.44.232

Resolves to 104.18.44.232

Routing details for 104.18.44.232

[refresh/show] Cached whois for 104.18.44.232 : abuse@cloudflare.com

Using abuse net on abuse@cloudflare.com

abuse net cloudflare.com = abuse@cloudflare.com

Using best contacts abuse@cloudflare.com

Something needs to be done to prevent these email types from propagating thru your system – allowing there entry and passage only encourages this inappropriate use of the email system.

 

From: Comcast Customer Security Assurance - Phishing Ema [mailto:CSA_PhishingEmail@cable.comcast.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2019 5:02 PM
To:
Subject: Re: Phishing email (KMM50824391V16860L0KM)

 

 

 

Customer Security Assurance 

Incident Number:
NA0000250061000

 

Thank you for contacting Comcast Customer Security Assurance. We have received your report of unwanted email and have determined that as unsolicited bulk email it is “spam.” We will process this spam email accordingly.  

For timelier processing of spam you may do the following:  

  1. From XFINITY Connect: Select the check box of the message you would like to report and click the Spam button provided in the menu bar.
  2. From an email client (e.g. Microsoft Outlook, Windows Live mail, or Mac Mail): Forward the email as an attachment to missed-spam@comcast.net.  

 

We are focused on providing a secure online experience for all of our customers. If you require additional assistance, please contact Customer Security Assurance at (888) 565-4329. We are available to assist you 6:00 am to 2:00 am ET, 7 days a week.  

Thank you for choosing Comcast!  

Sincerely,

 

 

Technician

Customer Security Assurance 

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Re: SPAM Links hosted by Cloudfare.Com Continue

One suggestion to reduce SPAM was: From XFINITY Connect: Select the check box of the message you would like to report and click the Spam button provided in the menu bar.

 

Unfortunately, every time I try to "Mark as SPAM," I receive the message: total # of spam entries has reached the maximum of 200.

 

Now what?!

Thanks --

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Re: SPAM Links hosted by Cloudfare.Com Continue

Call Comcast and escalate to a higher level manager.