setantae at submonkey.net
Sat Aug 30 13:16:01 BST 2003
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On Sat, Aug 30, 2003 at 12:24:50PM +0100, Jon Mercer wrote:
> The problem with the spams in this list is that they originate from the=
> Sobig.f worm, AFAICT. This means that someone needs to update their=20
> virus definitions.
Absolutely. A quick scan of the 150 or so copies that I've received
indicates that all but 3 of them have come from the same /24, so I have
a reasonably good idea who (in my case) as well.
> Someone may however, go through the roof when they realise that a=20
> spammer is using their domain name as the apparent origin of spam. I=20
> did. Tragically, all you can effectively do is try to track down the IP=
> address of the spammer from the Received: headers and report them to=20
> their ISP with a very nasty letter. Unless of course, you can get to=20
> them physically, in which case I advocate nailing them to the wall by=20
> their testicals, and asking them how much they want viagra now... :-/
Actually, if you're writing to the ISP, I'd suggest making it a nice letter.
The people manning incoming communication are much more likely to deal with
your complaint properly if you hold back from calling them an asshole.
Give them the time and timezone that you received it, and all the headers,
and they'll get the job done.
User: DO YOU ACCEPT JESUS CHRIST AS YOUR PERSONAL LORD AND SAVIOR?
Iniaes: Sure, I can accept all forms of payment.
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