From: B. Degnan (billdeg_at_degnanco.com)
Date: 2007-03-02 22:34:24
You could greylist by IP of the email addresses, this way you block spoofed addresses. I know that this is not a cbm-hacker topic, but I can provide specific details if anyone wants them on how to do this with a sendmail server. btw - I do not get any spam as you have described, but ling.gu.se is greylisted on my mailserver, dynamically, and can only come through the one location at a time. There is a delay when the IP's change, but usually this is not an issue. Bill At 10:16 PM 3/2/2007 +0200, you wrote: >On Fri, Mar 02, 2007 at 08:48:27PM +0100, Antitrack@networld.at wrote: > > I ve got a big problem, but with spam. It seems that this mailing list > > is under spam attack; otherwise I cannot explain the sudden rise of spam, > > because I've never used this e-mail address for anything else but for > > the cbm-hackers-list. > >I don't think that this list accepts email from non-subscribers. >However, it is entirely possible that e-mail addresses have been >harvested from archived messages. The archive at >http://www.softwolves.pp.se/misc/arkiv/cbm-hackers/ >obscures the email addresses a little, but I guess that the bad >guys can program simple search&replace patterns. > > > Can anyone confirm my theory that we're under spam attack? > >If by "we" you mean Internet users, I can confirm that. I remember >getting my first spam around 1993 or 1994. > > Marko > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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