Friday, June 22, 2007

Spam from serversniff.net

Some asshole sent out a spam-wave with random Serversniff.net-Senderadresses. The little sucker put in a return-path and a sender with @serversniff.net. Since i have defined a "catch-all"-mailaccount for serversniff.net, i get all those nice complaints and returned mails. Hundreds of them! Argh.

And yes Sir, no M'am, neither my webserver nor my mailservers are hacked, take a look at the mailheaders:

Return-Path: <
stasIsaev@serversniff.net>
Received: (qmail 25562 invoked by uid 0); 22 Jun 2007 12:17:06 +0300
Received: from 220.125.204.181 by post (envelope-from <stasIsaev@serversniff.net>, uid 92) with qmail-scanner-2.01
(clamdscan: 0.90/2659.
Clear:RC:0(220.125.204.181):.
Processed in 0.239443 secs); 22 Jun 2007 09:17:06 -0000
Received: from unknown (HELO ?220.125.204.181?) (220.125.204.181)
by post.ziniur.lt with SMTP; 22 Jun 2007 12:17:04 +0300
Received: from [220.125.204.181] (183.178.25.193)
by stasIsaev@serversniff.net with SMTP;
for <gvitkauskasd@ziniur.lt>; Fri, 22 Jun 2007 19:17:22 +0100
MIME-Version: 1.0


None of these sender-IPs belong to serversniff.net's infrastructure. Seems that it's time to drop the catch-all-adress for serversniff.net.

tom

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