I recently updated my website, and as usual used a contact form and php rather than publish an email address.
I use a system where a name, email address, and message have to be entered to hopefully get rid of time wasters (a php message pops up informing them that they have missed a field etc).
This morning I had four emails from the contact form with email addresses that end in my site name (@barryoneoff.co.uk). What is worrying me is have they got access to the php on my host's server, and can they do any damage?
Here is the contents of one of the E-mails I got from my Spam filter.
and Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary=f13c7c01afadd26829e4ea52f072cfcc MIME-Version: 1.0 Subject: wait f bcc: [email protected]
I use php instead of email links, I don't use email addresses on site.
I am wondering why they are bothering, there must be a motive, and they wre not trying to guess an address as the first part is nonsense with numbers. These are the prefixes they have used with the @barryoneoff:
circle2361 - this was the one with the above message, the others were blank. Puzzling eh?
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It's probably just stupid spam, there's no need to worry. In the "Your E-mail" field people can use any e-mail address they like even fake ones. I sent you an email with a fake email address, it was [email protected]