Spam to the list
Roger Burton West
roger at firedrake.org
Mon Jun 21 12:26:17 EDT 2004
On Mon, Jun 21, 2004 at 11:34:24AM -0400, Voicebearer at aol.com wrote:
>Um, Deborah, perhaps you need to install some spyware/a firewall? This looks
>like one of those unspeakable instances of an account (yours) being taken
>over by pirates (unless it's a very arcane joke I haven't worked out).
Actually it's more likely to be an external injection of email; the
headers in the message show that it came from 184.108.40.206, a cable
modem in Hong Kong. Indeed, I wouldn't have known about it (since the
message was caught by my own spam filters) if you hadn't quoted it.
>I use Norton as firewall and spybot as anti-spy-ware if that's any help.
Only to a Windows user, which I believe Deborah isn't. Other systems do
not need these patches. But in this case it would have made no
difference anyway; the only thing that would would be a spam-filter on
the input stage of the list server.
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