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Comment spammers are thick on social networking sites like Digg most of their comments include a link back to a bogus site. If you go to their profile you will see all of the spam they have posted and it is easy to bury from there. Post a link to that page here and we can all bury it as spam.

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KnujOn

Postby JeanInMontana » Fri Aug 24, 2007 9:46 pm

I have to admit until tonight I thought KnujOn was some sort of foreign software. It's not software of any kind. It's a anti spam project and the words no junk backwards. I'm not sure I completely agree with their philosophy that blocking and filters increase the problem. I do agree with stopping spam at the source. That is much easier said that done, however this project has made some good progress. They want your spam. Check out the website

I will support and help to the best of my ability any and all projects to put an end to the bastards behind spam.
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KnujOn (nûj-ôn) http://www.knujon.com/
KnujOn.com Mission Statement

The KnujOn project is dedicated to providing a true solution to the ever-growing junk mail problem. We believe this issue must be tackled aggressively and this is what we are doing.
Relying on Blockers and Filters Makes the Problem Worse

Organizations and Personal Email users are blocking/filtering millions of junk emails every day. This is to the advantage of spammers as it allows them to target the most vulnerable users who do not have filtering software or technical savvy. Besides helping the junk mailers and identity thieves find their target audience, we are restricting our own use of email. Many networks no longer allow HTML content, images or file attachments. This is unacceptable, email is communication tool and should not limited because of a minority of people who won’t play by the rules. Filters have dictionaries of words that will result in email quarantines, but often completely legitimate emails are blocked and bad emails pass through. There may be valid reasons to send an email with “Viagra” in the text but it is becoming impossible. Newsletters and legitimate marketing have been lumped in with junk messages and ignored by those who might otherwise benefit from the information.
Spam is a Multilayered Problem

Junk mail poses various threats to government, consumers and business. Spam is a law enforcement issues because identity theft, credit card fraud, child sex traffic, and illegal products and/or services offered via junk mail. Consumers face the issue legitimate on-line purchases becoming riskier. Businesses see problems with using email as the basic communication tool it was designed to be and must counteract lowered consumer confidence due to on-line fraud.

Because the spam problem has many dimensions, a solution that addresses each one is required. Blocking and filtering are not proper solutions for law enforcement or computer security professionals since it they only serve to hide the problem and force the activity to an underground network. Ordinary users must sift through hundreds of quarantined junk emails everyday to search for legitimate messages.
KnujOn Addresses the Source of the Problem

Spam is not the problem, it is a symptom of a more complex issue. The KnujOn project is not merely a technical solution. KnujOn’s creator draws from a diverse background that includes programming, policy development, and criminal justice. KnujOn is policy enforcement, reporting and tracking tool that exposes the hidden world of e-fraud rather than ignoring it. Please contact us if you have any questions: contact@knujon.com




Our Philosophy

* The e-fraud problem is a complex, multi-layered issue and cannot be addressed by blocking, ignoring and deleting email.
* The Internet and email are tools for communication. These tools should not be restricted because of junk mail and viruses from a minority who refuse to play by the rules.
* Consumers have a right to know who is collecting their personal information and for what purpose.
* Companies and organizations should not have to restrict email usage with filtering and blocking.
* Legitimate marketing and e-newsletters should not be characterized as spam as long as they follow acceptable policies.
* The tools and policies for stopping junk mailers, spammers, phishers, pharmers, virus senders, hackers, and forgers already exist. New laws and legislation are not needed.
~Think Globally * Dream Universally~Anon
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Submitting Spam to KnujOn

Postby JeanInMontana » Fri Aug 24, 2007 9:55 pm

http://www.knujon.com/howtosend.html There is also a file upload link to upload large files of spam. Like today I deleted 187 email from a Gmail account. Way too much work to forward each one.

Note: The bolded section below is all links on the web site. I'm too lazy to do it here.



Yup, that's right. We want your junk mail. Send it all to nonregistered@coldrain.net(for non-registered submissions, please read terms of use). Registered users receive a custom address and weekly progress reports. Become a member for $27!
Registered Members vs. Non-Registered

Send Stock Junk to stockjunk@coldrain.net. More on stock junk.
Send Prescription Drug Junk to rx@coldrain.net. More on Rx junk.
Send Phising attempts to phishing@coldrain.net. More on Phishing.
Send Deposit Scams to depositscams@coldrain.net. More on Deposit Scams.
Send Software Piracy to swpiracy@coldrain.net. More on Software Piracy.
Send Counterfeit products to fake@coldrain.net. More on Counterfeit products.
How to send us email
|General Forwarding |File Upload |Webmail |Desktop Clients(Outlook) |As an attachment
|Gmail |Yahoo | |Thunderbird |Apple Mail | Habu |gloomytrousers | Okopipi |Eudora |Others |Boxbe
|Zipped Files |MailWasher |ISP Filters

General Forwarding

* Full headers are not necessary, but if you have already expanded them in your client that is fine. More
* It is not necessary to include any comments or explanations with the junk mail. It is unlikely they will be read. Send any correspondence or comments to contact@knujon.com.
* Avoid using "receipt required" flags or other delivery certificates as it may delay the processing of your email.
* KnujOn will attempt to contact ISPs when users are blocked from forwarding email, but we have little or no control over the outcome. If they say "no" there is nothing more we can do.
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