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From: Vincent Danen (vdanenmandriva.com)
Date: Wed Jan 09 2008 - 15:56:51 CST
* Anne Wilson <cannewilsongooglemail.com> [2008-01-09 20:58:53 +0000]:
>> Well, the "undisclosed-recipients" is a bit of a giveaway that it's not
>> a legite message. I only ever see that with spam. Was there actually
>> anything in the message contents? If I got this, it ended up in
>> /dev/null due to spam filtering.
>It had an empty body. It ended in my Unsure folder, probably because some of
>the headers mention mandriva.
>> >... that or Vincent did a boo boo (*gasp*)
>> Me? Hardly! =)
>> I have root on a few machines, but I doubt that would come from any of
>> the ones I deal with (although without seeing the full headers it's
>> tough to determine). I can't imagine ever sending a message as root to
>> anything other than specific maintenance-related email addresses via
>Cronjobs are what I was reminded of, and it made it seem unlikely.
Yeah, but a cronjob has never been sent to "undisclosed-recipients".
Sounds like nothing to worry about to me.
Vincent Danen http://linsec.ca/
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