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Email scaper and honey pot traps....is that a way to get blacklisted?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by listerdl, Jun 11, 2012.

  1. listerdl

    listerdl Junior Member

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    If you scrape keywords from SEngines - and scrape a honey trap email - and then send to that email - does your domain then get flagged for spam?

    Is it that simple?
     
  2. EmpireQuality

    EmpireQuality Elite Member

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    your domain and ip will probably get flagged if you send to a spam trap.
    you might start to have sending and inbox problems if you hit too many honey pots.
    having clean lists is important nowadays bro.
     
  3. listerdl

    listerdl Junior Member

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    i guess you need to launder your list
     
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    kvmcable Supreme Member

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    All it takes is one email to a honeypot and that IP is posted in some RBLs like Spam Cannibal. Trying to get the IP out of those is tough. I had a dedicated server host assign me 8 IPs during setup and I found all those IPs in these spam trap RBLs. It caused all sorts of problems so I dumped them all and got new ones. If you're working with fresh lists then get throw-away accounts and use false info because you're going to really piss off the hosting service and they'll try to come after you for damages.