Setting up an email honeypot spamtrap, malware, malspam trap. — 24 Comments

    • You might get a tiny bit of spam, but you are very unlikely to get much if any malware or phishing using a Gmail account. Their filtering is just too strong. They drop almost all attachments, zips, rar etc as well as most office docs with any sort of macro ( even legit ones) or exploits

  1. I own all of these domains. This is to hopefully get spam going to a single mail server where I am testing some analytics. This is a spam honeypot testing address! contact,,,,,,,,,,

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