Spamcop gets misled by google redirects / 2015-10-12

2015-10-12 Spamcop gets misled by google redirects 4 years ago
For a while I've been seeing output like this from the spamcop parser:
Resolving link obfuscation
Removing google re-director:
chopping username "" from URL: http://usg=AFQjCNGsbJ19ztGW0DPjE3HCshzN0jWOdg
Tracking link: http://usg/=AFQjCNGsbJ19ztGW0DPjE3HCshzN0jWOdg
No recent reports, no history available
usg is not a hostname
usg is not a routeable IP address
Cannot resolve http://usg/=AFQjCNGsbJ19ztGW0DPjE3HCshzN0jWOdg
There is an obvious error in the parsing, and this has been going on for a while. With a browser I do get redirected to as expected. The domain registration was updated today (always a bad sign) but it does not seem to be working at the moment.

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