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MX Server Extractors are spambot making used of the SMTP message transfer agents (MTA) during the HELO process to find and extra names that matches. MX Server Extractors are programs exploit internet mail server protocols...read more
 
 
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Why do I get SO MUCH spam email?

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When an unwitting user execute these "Trojans" on their PCs the Trojan listens on a randomly-chosen port and using its built-in mail client to dash off a message--Part 2

First, sending spam email is cheap! A spammer can send out directly from his PCs hundreds of thousands of junk spam email

 

that will only cost him/her a few dollars.

Second, many people do buy things And reply to junk email. NEVER EVER BUY ANY GOODS OR SERVICES ADVERTISED BY SPAM It just encourages more spam. If there is something advertised by spam email that you are interested in--go online and find it elsewhere.

 

When you put the two reasons together -
The basic answer is that, spamming is profitable. Spammers are making a lot of money by
 
spamming your inbox with all kinds of spam junk, scams, and offensive XXX email.

How Do Spammers Get My Email Address?
Or how did my email address become public knowledge?

 
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how your email address become public knowledge could be due to
Spambot, Spam Zombies or MX server email extractor and why it is getting from bad to worse.

Email Extractors are software tools skilled at scouring the internet harvesting and culling up to 100,000 email addresses and hour from Websites, Forums, Alumni sites, news posts, etc., and spammers run them day and night.

Opt-in or Optin Lists are quickly becoming infuriating. These lists are developed by partnering with legitimate websites which make you check Donít send me offers, well sooner or later youíll forget to check one of the boxes, and youíre added to an opt-in list.

Many opt-in lists are legitimate and will honor your removal requests but for every one, there are three that are not truly opt-in lists. You ask to be removed from an email from Marketing Partners and tomorrow you get two messages saying you opted-in at one of the partner sites of SuperOptIn.

They buy your name from a list. These email lists have been around almost as long as the internet itself. For only $100.00 anyone can buy a list of over 11 million addresses. These lists were created by numerous unscrupulous website owners, and online stores that would share or sell their customerís information for some money.

Since spammers do not identify your likes or interests when sending mails to such a large group, a shotgun blast mailing is sent out, product offers; get rich quick schemes, adult porn sites, Korean & Chinese???
Mailings are all sent out to all 11 million names.

MX Server Extractors programs exploit internet mail server protocols. When an email is sent to you it is handed over to your Mail Providerís server, which starts communication with the sender...

 


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MX Server Extractors are spambot making used of the SMTP message transfer agents (MTA) during the HELO process to find and extra names that matches. SMTP Simple Mail Transport Protocol a protocol governing email transmission and reception (sending and receiving emails between mail servers.

The senderís server asks to deliver a message to a user on your server, but before the message is actually accepted by your server, your mail server wants to know for whom the mail is addressed to.

So, your email address is sent over, and your mail server replies whether the name is OK, or that it does not exist on the server (that's what happens when a message is bounced back to you).

Basically MX server extractors mimic the communication with the mail server without actually trying to send the message....

The MX server extractor is like someone ring your doorbell and ask if Joe is home--no one named "Joe" may be living in your house--however if that someone tries enough names--sooner or later someone will stumble upon your correct email name, and your mail server will say Yes.

Programs like these exist for less than $100.00--spammers run them day and night mining over 5000 email addresses per minute.

 

End of Part 1 Why do I get so much spam email?
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Part 2 - About spam zombies and spambot
When an unwitting user execute these "Trojans" on their PCs the Trojan listens on a randomly-chosen port and using its built-in mail client to dash off a message... Read more - Part 2