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Re: OT: users @ misc the latest target of spammers and/or win32 worms?
> There's nothing reasonable spamd or openbsd can do about swen
I created a filter sending all e-mail messages without me as a recipient
or from a listserv I subscribe to to a Probable Spam folder. It works
wonders. I think 99% of swen hasn't used my e-mail in the recipients.
> - the
> mail is coming from legitimate mail relays and originated by otherwise
> innoculous random personal computers all over the world, so the only
> place openbsd even has an opportunity to see the virus is (maybe) in the
> final step of the delivery process of the virus. Spamd could (in theory)
> add insult to injury by annoying the ISP that probably likes the virus
> no more than you do, but besides not being practical this doesn't solve
> any problems. You are probably better off writing procmail rules to
> discard the virus on sight.
> Welcome to the 21st century.
> -Marcus Watts
> [ I haven't cc'd email@example.com because I don't know what it is.
> Anyone can forward this if they care. ]