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    SubjectRe: [OT] Re: ATTACK TO MY SYSTEM
    On Tue, Sep 23, 2003 at 11:50:39AM -0400, Wakko Warner wrote:

    > I'm running my own mailserver and it's hard not to accept it. I have
    > basically done checks in the from and to headers. If it appears as a virus,
    > i lockout the smtp sender. It's not permenant. When the virus stops, i
    > unblock every one.

    I've noticed that they *ALL* have their From:, To:, and Subject: written in
    uppercase. So it's really easy to filter them out depending on the tools used.
    If a mail header either matches ^FROM:, ^TO: or ^SUBJECT: then it has high
    chances to be a spam/virus. I checked all my recent mails and a few months
    back in LKML and did not found anything except spam/viruses which match this.
    At least, we should be lucky that these virus writers don't fully respect


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