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Monday, 3 April 2017

borezo.info - spam selling anti-spam services

If you are in the business of selling spam filtering.. it is probably not a good idea to do it by sending out spam..

From:    Camille Arpaillange [contact@borezo.info]
To:    contact@[redacted]
Date:    3 April 2017 at 15:55
Subject:    [redacted] - Protect emails received on your domain name
Signed by:    sg.borezo.info

Discover our SaaS solution

Anti-Virus, Anti-Spam and Anti-Phishing SMTP Gateway
Try for free


This email is intended for your IT service, if any. If you are working with an external partener, feel free to forward him this message.

Your current situation

Today, you are using your provider to handle incoming emails on [redacted].

Often, protection against viruses, spam, phishing and all other threats is not the strong point of this kind of solution.

Our proposal:

free trial without obligation

We offer you to try for free and without obligation our email filtering solution, compatible with your provider.

Easy setup

To filter your emails, you only have to update the MX entry in your DNS records, replacing entry of your provider by the one we will provide you after your subscription. Emails will then be filtered by our infrastructure, and then redistributed to your provider, so you can consult them like before.



You won't have to be afraid of ransomwares anymore


No more spam, and you stay in control of settings


Your users will not be exposed to credentials theft



Each user can access himself his personal backup


You can have an overview of incoming email trafic


Anytime, you can change your filtering settings



    No configuration change on your SMTP server or the one of your provider.
    No configuration change on users side.
    No maintenance on your side, we take care of everything (hosting, high availability, upgrade, etc.).


    Anti-Virus, Anti-Spam and Anti-Phishing protection, without raising the load of your infrastructure or the one of your provider.
    Content-Filtering feature, to filter attachments based on their type and/or extension.


    For each domain, you can define options of each modules (Anti-Virus, Anti-Spam, etc.).


    In case of unavailability of your SMTP server or the one of your provider, your emails are stored in security on our infrastructure, and delivred as soon as SMTP is back online.

Try for free

This email has been sent to contact@[redacted], click here to unsubscribe.

https://borezo.info/in-k/ - SIRET 53021905400026

Clicking on the link does appear to take you to some sort of business site at https://borezo.info/in-k/

Mail headers match the domain, borezo.info does seem to be the culprit..

Received: from dc3-1.borezo.info (dc3-1.borezo.info []) by [redacted] (Postfix) with ESMTP id 191E44A38D for <contact@[redacted]>; Mon,
  3 Apr 2017 15:55:08 +0100 (BST)
DKIM-Signature: v=1; a=rsa-sha256; q=dns/txt; c=simple/simple; s=dkim; d=sg.borezo.info; t=1491231308; h=from:subject:date: message-id; bh=IfD7xgIgVLQy8yLzdCSO+L7mXRn/PImws7LTh1D1pws=; b=j9sTfOH7r3XUTaSD5urHMd1b5EUDq1P9chByrurkie+ckpZjyHojSRUJKSF0lj7OvZ1ze2 Yjlsfl7Q/UQ+U+F2IlFrcMseqXbPLB8xhOVPPh3Ei39qNIgyO+MVApaxDt1WhXcf/npcle 6GjoCgCAGPXFLoTogZGqI3RBB5JBbdE=
Received: tmail deliverd remote 302c5d48ea2a327a67769562d3ece1ce930df6bd; 03 Apr 2017 16:55:08 +0200
X-Env-From: Ym91bmNlLTEtY29udGFjdEBkeW5hbW9vLmNvLnVr@sg.borezo.info
Received: from (dc3-1.borezo.info.) (localhost) (authenticated
   as noreply@borezo.info) by (dc3-1.borezo.info.) with ESMTPS TLS
   1.2 TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256; tmail 0.1.7;
   4a5b9f00fa05b580ff586bd74659fbea91085dce; 03 Apr 2017 16:55:02 +0200
WHOIS details seem valid.

Registry Registrant ID: C199006566-LRMS
Registrant Name: Romain Lauret
Registrant Organization:
Registrant Street: office #855805
Registrant Street: c/o OwO, BP80157
Registrant City: Roubaix Cedex 1
Registrant State/Province:
Registrant Postal Code: 59053
Registrant Country: FR
Registrant Phone: +33.972101007
Registrant Phone Ext:
Registrant Fax:
Registrant Fax Ext:
Registrant Email: pwa3o3znv0b53h47bo8c@v.o-w-o.info

The "Camille Arpaillange" name in the email matches the imprint on the website..

Company registration data is here. I think I will pass on this particular offer..

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