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From: john.lalla at (John Lalla)
Subject: viruses being sent to list

On 29 Apr, Maxime Ducharme wrote:
> Please add headers se we may verify if these viruses have been
> really sent via the list.
> Personnally, most of viruses I receive come from somewhere
> else, and have a spoofed FROM address.
> These spoofed mails cannot be managed by FD server since
> they are relayed by foreign SMTP servers.
> Maxime Ducharme
> Programmeur / Sp?cialiste en s?curit? r?seau
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "John Lalla" <>
> To: "Full Disclosure Mailing List" <>
> Sent: Thursday, April 29, 2004 3:18 PM
> Subject: [Full-Disclosure] viruses being sent to list
Sorry, I'm unable to send headers as my setup has procmail send all such
items to /dev/null. I'm not a sysadmin nor am I a security specialist. I
just like to keep myself reasonably informed on such matters.

John Lalla
Santa Barbara, CA

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