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I get fidgety when I am invited to "Click here for more..." in an email, and discover that the link underneath that invitation contains a chain of over 160 encrypted characters being directed to yet a third party... I hate it when it happens. ... I hate it even more when someone tries to tell me that those encrypted backdoor leaks are completely innocuous. I am a retired programmer. I would probably be less suspicious if I did not know that evil exists, and can be implemented via such an info string.
To the vendors that don't want this type of critic: Keep your hands where we can see them at all times. This backdoor info channeling concept smells like a tunnel to a rat's lair.
Unexpected email "from" known source the respectable “USA Science & Engineering Festival” (but of ordinary competence), with an ill-advised link to an unknown domain (usnewsstemsolutions.com/...) from redirect thru a cryptic domain (r20.rs6.net/...) which is known, but has significant disagreement about its legitimacy.
The fundamental problem across the web is that many (most) intuitively 'trustworthy sites' surreptitiously (secretly, carelessly, or unknowingly) use unannounced / unqualified 3rd party site services, inherently inviting suspicion or encouraging blind (unsafe) trust.
This is a domain used by Constant Contact by a variety of businesses of all sizes to maintain customer contact. It may include opt-in for existing clients or mass mailed to potential clients. Of course, this vendor may represent valid, good standing businesses or less reputable clients.
The particular mailer that came to me via this domain is from a reputable plant seed company on an opt-in bases "http://www.sevenacreseeds.com"
Visitors should beware of going to this site as the actions of the webmaster might endanger your systems well being. Be very careful when visiting the site or providing any information at all.
This time it was techconnect.org mailing using these cryptic links. Anyone who likes to walk streets with their eyes open should avoid a click on such links.
This site does not seem to be the site I went to. I was going to a charity site that I knew quite well. It does not offer legal advice, it has no ads, it is not a children's site and it is not a church messenger.
Can someone from WOT contact me to discuss the problem?
This is not clickjacking. This is an ad-redirect domain that is used by valid companies to track user feedback, provide newsletters, etc. This links to the direct site itself, it is just employed by the site's company to track user usage.
This website sends spam emails.
I've blocked 3rd party redirects as the lack of transparency concerns me.
Spam via email qith fake promotions surveys and scams.