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Apparently this is the feast of site creations including fake sites for spam, scams, advertising to sell us their crap and pollute the planet with electric resources wasted!
F*cking capitalism! F*ck OVH and other spamer's hosts! And address of sh*t again!
One day, the number of Internet domains used for SPAM extensively exceed the number of useful internet domains, like the number of SPAM received which represents 90% of e-mails that are received in the world!
The capitalists are real r*tten!
/!\ A VERY IMPORTANT TIP /!\ :
DON'T CLICK ON ANYLINK IN A SPAM, INCLUDING THE UNSUSCRIBE LINK, BECAUSE YOU WOULD CONFIRM THAT YOUR E-MAIL ADDRESS IS VALID, TO BETTER SPAMMING YOU, this r*ttenness is very contagious with illegal resale data, unofficially legal in corrupt countries, including France! "
platform provider for spammers/identity harvesters sending heavily tracker-enabled spam to non-COI (non-human) addresses.
unclear whether they are italian, american or romanian - but who care? they go out of their way to move around and hide their spew from filters to improve deliverability to people who could never have requested to hear from them in the first place. (machine account requesting info from Dr Oz? really? with COI?)
network managers might be well served to bloack their entire sending range whole - 18.104.22.168/22 and move on
Massive Spam Provider.
They provide a list of all their smtp server IP's. If everyone would block them, they would just go away... If they move IP's just block them again.
Blocking is free, moving servers to new IP numbers is not.
Just get your net admin to add them to the block list.