[Dshield] SMTP question....
mrcorp at yahoo.com
Mon Aug 8 16:58:32 GMT 2005
Correct me if I am wrong, but isnt it possible that someone spoofed your address and that might be
how you got there?
And why should we have to prove innocence by capturing logs and sending? Should't one have to be
proven guilty to be placed on the list?
--- Valdis.Kletnieks at vt.edu wrote:
> On Mon, 08 Aug 2005 11:54:30 EDT, Richard Golodner said:
> > running an unknown spamming agent on their workstation. I have nine branches
> > and all of the mail comes through corporate. If anyone has any ideas please
> > reply to me off list or on so that others may learn as well.
> Most likely, the problem is you only *thought* all mail came through corporate. ;)
> Remember that unless your firewall is blocking/redirecting all outbound SMTP
> traffic that isn't from the corporate mailserver, there's no reason why spamware
> on a PC can't make its own outbound SMTP connections. Just because Outlook
> isn't designed to doesn't mean a Windows app can't do it..
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