I’m not a WordPress user, I’m just being inundated with spam from bogus penis-enlargement and weight-loss scammers, who send emails like this:
Begin forwarded message:
From: “Enlargement supplement Sample” <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Give her more of yourself
Date: 11 February 2014 00:04:16 GMT
To: <SOMEONE’S EMAIL ADDRESS>
Cc: <MYEMAIL ADDRESS>
If you can’t click the above link, move this email to your inbox and then click!
End forwarded message
Most of the websites appear to be using WordPress, and the link is to a directory inserted by the hackers which contains an advertisement for the product.
I notice that you have instructions for WordPress users who realise their sites have been hacked, and have pointed the owners of the sites that I can contact in this direction – my main problem is that I can’t make contact with all of the owners.
Is there some way that WordPress (as an organisation) can trace affected websites and contact their web administrators?
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