Last edited by pointer; 08-08-2011 at 04:21 PM.
Just as a data point, I'm on the Zimbra Forums and Bugzilla, I've gotten these spams for a few months. My coworker is also on the Zimbra Forums and Bugzilla, and gets the same spams. About the only thing we have in common is these two things. I would suspect a scraping rather than an outright hack, though.
Well, in Bugzilla they are if you log in. Maybe that's where they are coming from, rather than the forum?
I'm asserting that this came from bugzilla.zimbra.com. I use separate email addresses for bugzilla and these forums.
Also worthy of note:
- you replied to this one
- the user simply asked Zimbra to enable email address obfuscation in Zimbra's bugzilla instance like Redhat does
- the 4th result when you google 'bugzilla spam'
The email address I registered to bugzilla is behind a cluster of IronPorts with DHAP (directory harvest attack prevention) enabled. Obviously this is not bullet-proof, but it makes the address being harvested much less likely.
Thank you for taking the time to respond to this thread!
Just one more data point - I've been getting Select2gether spam on my registered address here and on bugzilla from about the time the OP states. I *do* use this address elsewhere so it is not necessarily an indicator of any problem.
Not sure if this helps, but I thought I'd provide the info
- Mick Smothers
Memphis, TN USA