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Re: Mail relay attempts

On Tue, 27 Aug 2002 at 11:32:53PM +1000, Craig Sanders wrote:
> PS: actually, the only other thing you could do is set firewall rules
> blocking inbound tcp port 25.  if your mail server is the primary MX for
> your domain then you would also need a secondary MX and open the
> firewall for just that machine.  spammers will still try - the only real
> difference is that you'll get entries in your kernel log rather than in
> your mail log.  if you do this, i recommend using iptables and DROP the
> packet rather than REJECT it....this wastes the spammer's time while the

To briefly add to what you can do you could email the contact responsible for the IP block in the InterNIC Whois DB.  SOMETIMES you might get a reply....
You can also try abuse@Ip_reverse_lookup.netorgcometc


wget -O - http://www.zionlth.org/~plhofmei/ | gpg --import

XP Source Code:

#include <win2k.h>
#include <extra_pretty_things_with_bugs.h>
#include <more_bugs.h>
#include <remote_admin_abilities_for_MS.h>
#include <more_restrictive_EULA.h>
#include <sell_your_soul_to_MS_EULA.h>
//os_over="Windows 2000"
os_ver="Windows XP"

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