New Problem with multiple sg addresses?

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New Problem with multiple sg addresses?

Postby JOMan » Tue Jan 30, 2007 2:56 pm

May be related to other post regarding multiple sg addresses in the TO: line.

I have just received two messages that were addressed to multiple SG recipients:

To: mypoints.20.c******@neverbox.com, ritelife.xop.p***@neverbox.com,
erewards.20.jo****@neverbox.com,
retailreportcard.20.jp***@neverbox.com

It was spam, of course. What's interesting is that the subject came through as:

Subject: Buy Viagra Now! Online Pharmacy! - Valentine Day Discounts. ( retailreportc: message 1 of 20) ( erewards: message 1 of 20)

Only one of those is my disposable. Mine is the erewards address, which is at 20 messages, not 1.... but I just checked it and now there are two erewards in the list of spamgourmet addresses, one with 19 max 1 remaining, and one with 0 max 0 remaining. So there's two problems going on here.

1) The messages to others are getting crossed/doubled in the subject line
2) Duplicate disposable addresses are being created.

Got another message with the same circumstances -- multiple neverbox recipients, multiple tags in the subject line, and now I've got two "xerox" addresses listed in spamgourmet. Xerox is also another address I switched to 0 messages max/0 remaining.
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Postby josh » Tue Jan 30, 2007 3:26 pm

that does look like an issue.

Can you post the headers for that message? They'll help with tracing through
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Postby calin79 » Thu Feb 15, 2007 9:39 pm

I had a similar problem - I received spam at two different (though similar) SG addresses: nytimes.10.c******@neverbox.com, and nytimeslp.10.c******@neverbox.com. I created both of these addresses myself (despite the similar names) - however, what I did not create were two more duplicate entries for both of these addresses.

Here are the headers:

===================================
from
"Gabriel Eugene - Sloan0N@fmfnigeria.com" <+nytimes+c******+74f3060b5d.Sloan0N#fmfnigeria.com@spamgourmet.com>
to
help.71.i**@neverbox.com,
aol.70.a*****@neverbox.com,
time.91.m*****@neverbox.com,
aol.35.m*****@neverbox.com,
aol.50.a*****@neverbox.com,
sbs.41.r*******@neverbox.com,
aol.45.m*****@neverbox.com,
aol.40.m*****@neverbox.com,
nytimes.10.c******@neverbox.com
date Feb 8, 2007 4:46 PM
subject Re: Mortgage Pre-Approva1 (Lowest: 30 Y.Fixed - 4.15 %) ( aol: message 1 of 20) ( nytimes: message 1 of 10)
mailed-by gourmet.spamgourmet.com
===================================
from "Ward Basil - White4A@ableinternetmarketing.com" <+nytimes+c******+0a85c44818.White4A#ableinternetmarketing.com@spamgourmet.com> to
nytimes.10.c******@neverbox.com,
mh.t.w****@neverbox.com,
mail.55.a*****@neverbox.com,
aol.40.m*****@neverbox.com,
aol.80.a*****@neverbox.com,
aol.20.a*****@neverbox.com,
sbs.71.r*******@neverbox.com,
aol.20.m*****@neverbox.com,
cell.25.m**@neverbox.com
date Feb 4, 2007 9:34 PM
subject Your Mortage Approval (Case ID: VD45 - 8622686167) ( aol: message 14 of 20) ( mail: message 1 of 20) (nytimes: message 6 of 10)
mailed-by spamgourmet.com
===================================
from "+nytimeslp+c******+9f7a36a140.Engle9R#freelancerupload.com@spamgourmet.com" <+nytimeslp+c******+9f7a36a140.Engle9R#freelancerupload.com@spamgourmet.com> to
aol.30.a*****@neverbox.com,
aol.50.m*****@neverbox.com,
aol.35.a*****@neverbox.com,
aol.45.a*****@neverbox.com,
aol.90.a*****@neverbox.com,
aol.25.a*****@neverbox.com,
nytimeslp.10.c******@neverbox.com
date Feb 2, 2007 11:44 PM
subject Re: Your Refinance Approval (Case #: OR87 - 007904337315) ( aol: message 12 of 20) ( aol: message 13 of 20) ( nytimeslp: message 1 of 10)
mailed-by gourmet.spamgourmet.com
===================================
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Postby josh » Fri Feb 16, 2007 3:03 pm

calin79,
I now more info about the nyt* addresses. There really are four distinct addresses, but the two newest ones (created this month) have spaces or tabs padding the front end in the database - they don't show up that way on the web page, because we know what HTML does to spaces and tabs.

This is much more likely to be due solely to a bug in our code than it is to any outside influence -- I'm looking for it. To help me narrow it down, can I ask whether you've used the "send from a disposable address" feature on either of these recently?
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Postby josh » Fri Feb 16, 2007 3:58 pm

calin79 - I replied to your email -- that was a bug that came in on Jan 23, when another bug fix was introduced. I fixed it and deleted the unnaturally occuring address records.

This was one of the two issues in the original post -- I'm still looking at the other one.
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