IPVM Fixed Bug Falsely Unsubscribing People To Our Newsletter - Here's What Happened

Recently, we received a notification from a member saying his email notifications were intermittently toggled off. Many IPVM members might have experienced something similar.

We did some research and discovered that some spam scanners will scan emails, and follow any link found in the emails to scan their contents for malware. Since our unsubscribe links don't require users to sign...

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