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    They had registered the domain amexmessages.com, which is surprisingly legitimate looking. The email had a valid SPF header, and got a pass from the antivirus scanner (the X-IronPort-AV header).

    Not a main point of the article, but this is a great example of why SPF doesn’t really do anything to fight spam…it just requires spammers to register a plausible looking domain name.

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      Is it possible to send this kind of results to a cyber crime police division to see if maybe they can continue the investigation?