Posted by: David Harley | March 2, 2011

Action Fraud: We’re not at home right now…

Here’s a little more on the story aired by Paul Baccas on UK Government Agency wants your email scams – but is it doing it the right way? which I touched on here:

SC Magazine’s Dan Raywood has confirmed, having tested, that forwarded messages generate a non-delivery notification message. However, Action Fraud claim, according to Dan, that the message doesn’t mean that the forwarded mail has been rejected, only that it goes to a holding area for spam.

Still, it doesn’t inspire confidence, and I suspect that people won’t bother to forward scams if the first one they forwarded generated a misleading bounce message.

Small Blue-Green World
ESET Senior Research Fellow

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