RE: that virus is back !

From: MagerValp (
Date: 2004-12-21 11:31:24

>>>>> "PK" == Peter Karlsson <> writes:

RB> But what is a bit strange, I never received the first two. So I
RB> think the sender does not only fake my address, but also the one
RB> of CBM-Hackers.

PK> Of course they do. That's the whole point.

Yes, I wonder why it's always poor Ruud though :)

PK> The best to do with e-mail viruses is a) to get them sent to
PK> /dev/null on reception

Yes, I really wish we had something better than Symantec's email
scanner here - or if they would add a drop option for infected emails.
Cleaning viruses sent automatically while still delivering the email
is incredibly stupid, but it's the only option.

DG> I am not an e-mail expert but, if you tell me how to do so, I may
DG> post the headers of the messages: maybe it would be possible to
DG> know from where the viruses come from?

It came from a PC in Italy with a DSL connection. Not much you can do
about that really.

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