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Re: [Full-Disclosure] SMTP Spam Attempt?
From: xyberpix (xyberpixxyberpix.com)
Date: Tue Jan 25 2005 - 13:48:54 CST
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Just to let you know we had the same thing at work this last w/end, we
had something in the range of 1.4 million spam mails hit the mail
server in 24 hours.
Anyone else seen this?
Going to check incidents now.
On 19 Jan 2005, at 09:19, Michael Thompson wrote:
> For the past hour I have just watched over 200 dialup machines from
> all over the world attemp to connect to my Mailserver
> They were all rejected like the following
> Jan 19 09:05:07 polaris postfix/smtpd: warning: Illegal address
> syntax from host195-202.pool82191.interbusiness.it[18.104.22.168] in
> MAIL command:
> This lasted for about a hour. All I can think of is that I was picked
> on by some script/virus/Trojan looking to spam.
> Any Views?
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