[Dshield] [Fwd: new mail problem

Kenneth Coney superc at visuallink.com
Mon Aug 25 14:52:55 GMT 2003


My last two submissions bounced back to me with the below message.  :)

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Subject: Re: Your last message to me was rejected.
Date: Sun, 24 Aug 2003 14:28:20 -0500
From: postmaster at temmc.com
To: Kenneth Coney <superc at visuallink.com>


  Your mail with Subject: Re: [Dshield] SoBig varient



   would appear to be unsolicited mail.

  Your message was sent to: list at dshield.org
  If you intended to contact that person for legitmate reasons then our 
apologies.

  Please would you resend to the same address
  but add real- to the e-mail address, and it will bypass the filters.

  For example, bobm at example.com would become real-bobm at example.com. Thank you.

  Postmaster

  Here is the messageID for postmaster reference: 19r0X9-0007lQ-8z:

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From: Kenneth Coney <superc at visuallink.com>
To: list at dshield.org
Subject: Re: [Dshield] SoBig varient
Date: Sun, 24 Aug 2003 14:19:38 -0400
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---- Start SpamAssassin results
7.30 points, 5 required;
*  0.0 -- User-Agent header indicates a non-spam MUA (Mozilla)
* -0.5 -- Has a In-Reply-To header
* -0.1 -- Has a X-Accept-Language  header
* -0.5 -- Has a valid-looking References header
*  0.7 -- BODY: Talks about money with an exclamation!
*  2.0 -- RBL: Received via a relay in relays.osirusoft.com
           [RBL check: found 179.68.151.206.relays.osirusoft.com.]
*  5.7 -- RBL: DNSBL: sender is Confirmed Open Relay

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Date: Sun, 24 Aug 2003 14:19:38 -0400
From: Kenneth Coney <superc at visuallink.com>
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To: list at dshield.org
Subject: Re: [Dshield] SoBig varient
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They can't until the law is changed.  RICO requires the criminal enterprise
include systematic acts of violence (i.e., murder, kidnapping, arson, etc.)
as a part of the enterprise.  The law was written to hit drug
pushers/sugglers, loan sharks and slavers.  It isn't really usable against
rings of pick pockets, shoplifting gangs, or high school kids writing
viruses to shut down a website for giggles.


Subject:
Re: [Dshield] SoBig varient
From:
"Jon R. Kibler" <Jon.Kibler at aset.com>
Date:
Sun, 24 Aug 2003 11:36:18 -0400
To:
General DShield Discussion List <list at dshield.org>

Milo wrote:

  >>
  >> Trend is reporting the following
  >>
http://www.trendmicro.com/vinfo/virusencyclo/default5.aspVName=WORM_SOBIG.F.DAM
  >> Maybe so kiddies got a hold of the code and tried to alter it?  I will
say I
  >> have seen an increase in spam in the last 24hrs, not a huge amount but 
more
  >> than the last few days.


I have to think that this is not a script kiddies virus. It is a virus that
facilitates spam. Do you see a lot of scanning looking for infected
systems? We don't. Spam in on the increase. Spammers clearly know what
systems are infected. Connect the dots.

After all, let's face it: Most spam originates from the criminal hijacking
of computers and forcing the hijacked computers to send spam. Connect the
dots. Doesn't that make spammer's criminals?

Why would someone write and spread a virus that benefits someone else?
Someone else's criminal enterprise. It just doesn't add up.

So, why wouldn't spammers be in the forefront of virus writing technology?
After all, the writing and spreading of such viruses only benefits their
criminal enterprise. What's one more criminal act going to cost them?
Actually, it will probably make them a lot of money!

When you connect all the dots, it sounds like a good target for a Federal
RICO prosecution. I just wish the Feds saw it that way.

At least that's my $0.005's worth!

Jon R. Kibler
A.S.E.T., Inc.
Charleston, SC  USA

P.S. For the non-Americans on this list, RICO (Racketeering and Corrupt
Influences Organization -- yes, the initials are out of order; I guess our
politicians just can't read/spell.) is a law that makes a bunch of rather
minor crimes into a major criminal offense with LOTS of hard time and BIG
financial penalties.


  >>
  >> Thanx, Paul
  >>
  >> ___________________________________


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