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SubjectRe: Spam? was: Linux 2.4.23-pre1
* Mike Fedyk schrieb am 28.08.03 um 19:42 Uhr:
> On Wed, Aug 27, 2003 at 02:52:45PM -0300, Marcelo Tosatti wrote:
> > This mail is probably spam. The original message has been attached
> > along with this report, so you can recognize or block similar unwanted
> > mail in future. See http://spamassassin.org/tag/ for more details.
> >
> > Content preview: Hello, Here goes the first -pre of 2.4.23. It contains
> > a bunch of updates spread all over, most notably networking. There are
> > still pending patches in my queue, but I though "Ok, enough patches for
> > a -pre. " [...]
> >
> > Content analysis details: (6.00 points, 5 required)
> > USER_AGENT_PINE (0.0 points) Message-Id indicates a non-spam MUA (Pine)
> > X_MAILING_LIST (0.0 points) Has a X-Mailing-List header
> > ROUND_THE_WORLD (2.5 points) Received: says mail bounced around the world (DNS)
> > RCVD_IN_OSIRUSOFT_COM (0.6 points) RBL: Received via a relay in relays.osirusoft.com
> > [RBL check: found 212.78.72.67.relays.osirusoft.com.]
> > X_OSIRU_OPEN_RELAY (2.9 points) RBL: DNSBL: sender is Confirmed Open Relay
>
> This was marked as spam from spamassassin.
>
> Note the entry in RBL for this server...
>
> Just letting you guys know.
>

This is because the osirusoft.com RBL server has been under attack
(ddos) last weekend. Answers by this server were always "listed"
during this time. This is not a lucky default IMHO but it was like
that.

See also: http://www.heise.de/newsticker/data/uma-27.08.03-000/
(for those who read german)

For me it was worse because my exim used this server directly and
did not mark those mails as spam but completely blocked all mails
:-(

BTW: Does newest release contain this rules (*_OSIRUSOFT_*) by
default?

-Marc

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