Underauction.com spamming desperately

16 Jun

UPDATES:

Statement from My Used Panty Store
Written by  PK on the 18 June 10
http://www.myusedpantystore.com

Thank you for continuing to make people aware of these dangerous phishing and spamming sites Serena. I was informed today that underauction.com launched an a spamming/hacking attack against ebanned over the last couple of days and it has reportedly been stopped. We will continue to take measures to stop them from attacking the MUPS and Panty Hog sites and members as well. During their last attack against MUPS, they attempted to send approximately 1,000 spam messages through the MUPS site/server, however, I was able to stop the process before the messages were sent. These actions are of course illegal so I have forwarded the criminal activity details to our sever host so hopefully they will get the ball rolling with law enforcement.
While us that run websites know to be constantly aware that there are criminals, hackers, and scammers looking to disrupt our sites at all times, what bothers me most about these types of things in the used panty community is that general members of the community might not be alert to the danger of these activities. If somebody is willing to break laws in order to get people to a website, their motives for wanting people to sign up can’t be good. Who knows what their angle is; they may be attempting to harvest registrant information to build a spam list to sell, seeking to infect their computers with malware, use the registration information against the registrants in some way, etc. In this particular case with this website, innocent people who might register there are doubly at-risk. It appears by the looks of it that the version of the auction script they are using is old. The only reason you wouldn’t have access to the newest functional and security updates to this auction script
is if you were using a stolen, unlicensed copy of the script. The hacking groups that steal a script, null it (allow it to run without a license), and post it for downloading on a warez site don’t do it because they are charitable. They hide back doors and trojans in the script so that when the person loads the site on their server, the hacking group has access to all registrant details and/or their malware gets distributed to the computers of the people who register on the site. In other words, when the website is using an illegal script made useable by a hacking group, not only is everyone that uses it opening their personal information and computer up to a questionable site operator, but also to some hacking group from God knows where and for what purpose.
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Desperate (and a bit tragic)   www.Underauction.com spams the web aggressively to generate potential business for his remarkably crap auction website.

http://www.Underauction.com is swamped with Paypal Users, fake auctions and fake sellers. Remember Tammy? he still has a penis!


Used Panties
Buyers stay well clear, unless you wish to end up with a $500 fine and panties that smell of sweaty testicles.

Used Panties Sellers, if you have been spammed by this site and wish to report them to the appropriate channels,  get in touch.
Other names http://www.Underauction.com uses to spam:


1) Spamming on Panty Hog

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2) Spamming on MySpace

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3) Spamming on Fiverr.com

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4) Spamming my inbox

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5) Spamming MUPS


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6) Spamming PH forum

7) Spamming Power Sellers and getting banned 3 times


7 Responses to “Underauction.com spamming desperately”

  1. PK 18 June, 2010 at 3:57 am #

    Thank you for continuing to make people aware of these dangerous phishing and spamming sites Serena. I was informed today that underauction.com launched an a spamming/hacking attack against ebanned over the last couple of days and it has reportedly been stopped. We will continue to take measures to stop them from attacking the MUPS and Panty Hog sites and members as well. During their last attack against MUPS, they attempted to send approximately 1,000 spam messages through the MUPS site/server, however, I was able to stop the process before the messages were sent. These actions are of course illegal so I have forwarded the criminal activity details to our sever host so hopefully they will get the ball rolling with law enforcement.

    While us that run websites know to be constantly aware that there are criminals, hackers, and scammers looking to disrupt our sites at all times, what bothers me most about these types of things in the used panty community is that general members of the community might not be alert to the danger of these activities. If somebody is willing to break laws in order to get people to a website, their motives for wanting people to sign up can’t be good. Who knows what their angle is; they may be attempting to harvest registrant information to build a spam list to sell, seeking to infect their computers with malware, use the registration information against the registrants in some way, etc. In this particular case with this website, innocent people who might register there are doubly at-risk. It appears by the looks of it that the version of the auction script they are using is old. The only reason you wouldn’t have access to the newest functional and security updates to this auction script is if you were using a stolen, unlicensed copy of the script. The hacking groups that steal a script, null it (allow it to run without a license), and post it for downloading on a warez site don’t do it because they are charitable. They hide back doors and trojans in the script so that when the person loads the site on their server, the hacking group has access to all registrant details and/or their malware gets distributed to the computers of the people who register on the site. In other words, when the website is using an illegal script made useable by a hacking group, not only is everyone that uses it opening their personal information and computer up to a questionable site operator, but also to some hacking group from God knows where and for what purpose.

  2. Serena 16 June, 2010 at 3:45 pm #

    Ah Ah Thanks Pete! I missed that. I may well add ‘lies’ to title :P

  3. Pete 16 June, 2010 at 1:53 pm #

    Underauction is a liar too, they claim to be the worlds largest used undergarment market place and auction site.
    http://www.linkedin.com/companies/underauction.com

    They have 81 registered users and 70 live auctions.
    The word desperate in the title is accurately used.

  4. Serena 16 June, 2010 at 1:20 pm #

    Taking a break from spamming, are we?
    I was wrong in calling your site ‘crap’, its not really, its just the smell that comes out which reminds me of it, sorry, I shall call it SPAM-Bin from now on, would that be better?
    As a retired panty seller, you can’t seriously accuse me of being threatened, I’m simply REALLY fucking annoyed of finding your SHITTY spams in my inboxes, and I don’t like criminals.

  5. underauction 16 June, 2010 at 1:08 pm #

    Yeah thanks for the warning. No I am going to “Spam” your site too. Just curious, are all the folks who are posting their advertisements on the crap joomla site panty hog spammers too? Of course not, they don’t have a site that directly competes with yours.

    It sounds to me like you feel a little threatened by the competition from my crap auction site.

    Not entirely sure what fake listings you are talking about but I would be happy to affirm or deny any of your baseless claims.

    I do not expect that you will leave this response up for your viewers to see but I hope you do in the interest of fairness.

    Thanks for the mention and backlink on your site. I am sure it will generate some traffic : )

  6. Sexy Gal Panties 16 June, 2010 at 12:21 pm #

    Hello Serena! I have received two mails from this person too. I have mailed them to you :)
    Thank you for the warning, I will be watching out.
    Mandy

  7. Luke 16 June, 2010 at 12:13 pm #

    Thank you for the heads up Serena! I will warn you know you.

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