Dear Reader,

If you read this message you likely have received a SPAM email or PHISHING email which looks as if it is send from us.

IT IS NOT A MAIL WE DID SEND SO YOU CANT UNSUBSCRIBE HERE EITHER.

Do not open the attachment, and remove this email directly.

A Joe job is an e-mail spoofing exploit in which someone sends out huge volumes of spam that appear to be from someone other than the actual source. A Joe job is sometimes conducted as an act of revenge on someone who reports a spammer to their Internet service provider (ISP) or publicly advocates anti-spam legislation. The perpetrator is said to be Joeing the legitimate owner of the e-mail address they use. The Joe job is one of the oldest spamming operations in existence, and one of the simplest ones to carry out: the spammer may not have to do anything more than change the “Reply To” address in their e-mail program.

IF YOU RECEIVE SUCH MESSAGE WHAT CAN YOU DO:

Contact your hosting provider, they have a wrongly configured mail server they should not allow these type of mails to be sent. There is no limitation for them to stop these type of spams with some very easy configuration steps. If they would have verified our email by means of SPF, DKM and DMARC they would have found that this mail is not coming from our servers and therefor fake.

HOW DOES THIS SPAM LOOK LIKE SO I CAN RECOGNIZE IT:

Well if you came here you probably know already, but below you will find a snipped of the spam email being sent (obviously without the attachment).

And this is how the header looks like (anonymized as the sender is likely just a victim as well).

Questions? We can help.