|from:||g o o g l e email@example.com ec2-52-88-141-0.us-west-2.compute.amazonaws.com|
|to:||"97,190.16Kh.firstname.lastname@example.org> <" <email@example.com.__rand>|
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Ok, let's take a look at a few things on this one. In the from line, check out how the word "Google" isn't capitalized, and there's a space between each letter. That's a tactic they use to avoid spam filters. Would Google send me an email from "startdedicated.net?" Nope.
Let's count the reply-to addresses. 8 of them? Here's why. If I was to reply to this email, that confirms to all of those addresses that my email is valid - giving them a place to send spam and/or attempt to hack.
To address is interesting here too. Look at the very end. _rand. As in random. They're trying random addresses to find live ones.
The body of the email itself is written unprofessionally with poor grammar and the word receive is misspelled. Really, guys? Definitely not from an entity like Google...