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From: kye at (Kye Lewis)
Subject: Swen Really Sucks


> So, has anyone actually sent mail to an envelope sender to see if
> they're actually infected? Or is it possible this thing just likes to
> fake the same sender for all outgoing messages?

Seeing that I have a collection of around 2000 unique and believable
return-paths from this virus, it seems quite likely that they're legitimate.

I have also recieved a few emails forwarded through from the sender's mail
servers informing me that I have been sent a virus.
And, as was said, the email addresses in the return path, and the servers
that the mail travels through to get here, do indeed link together.

That evidence linked together provides a pretty strong case that they're not

- Kye Lewis
<kye -at- lewislan- dot- id -dot- au >

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