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From: jan.muenther at nruns.com (Jan Muenther)
Subject: Re:

Hi,

> This guy has been sending out viruses unknown to him his machine has been infected...

No, he hasn't. This is some worm forging mail senders, which is not the 
slightest problem at all given the functionings of SMTP. In fact, most modern
self-spreading mail worms even come with an own SMTP engine and collect sender
addresses to spoof from different sources. 3APA3A is not an idiot and he 
can't change the fact that some poor soul's b0rken PC (IP originates somewhere 
in Cordoba, eh) is sending out worms forging his address. Neither can I or you.

You can try and reach the security contact for the ISP the IP's from. Good 
luck with that. 

> Received: from arsenio-casa.com ([200.55.20.89]) by netsys.com (8.11.6p2-2003-09-16/8.11.6) with SMTP id i6TN1vj05534 for <full-disclosure@...ts.netsys.com>; Thu, 29 Jul 2004 19:01:59 -0400 (EDT)

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
First sender.

Cheers, J.


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