[arin-ppml] Spam replies to PPML posts?

Marilson Mapa marilson.mapa at gmail.com
Wed Apr 18 21:22:11 EDT 2018

Well Chris, when I tried to introduce ethics into a policy change under
discussion I received virus from arin-ppml.

Just watch your back, you're treading in a minefield.


2018-04-18 19:59 GMT-03:00 Chris Woodfield <chris at semihuman.com>:

> Hi,
> After sending a comment earlier to the PPML, I’ve been receiving several
> replies to my email (5 at last count) that are obviously spam, but make it
> past my email filters, I’m assuming due to the fact that they’re replies to
> an email I sent. I’m also assuming that the actual sending party is a PPML
> subscriber, since my message hasn’t appeared in the archives yet.
> Has anyone else experienced this? Could ARIN staff check for
> “questionable” recent subscriptions to PPML if this is a new thing? I’m
> happy to share these with anyone interested in investigating, albeit with a
> NSFW warning attached.
> Thanks,
> -Chris
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