Thu Jul 11 19:33:24 UTC 2002
I received a piece of spam forwarded from a customer. It has this line on it: X-DCC-meer-Metrics: inbound0.mv.meer.net 1035; Body=1 Fuz1=1 Fuz2=25 I extract the full message and pipe their message via dccproc locally, but pointing to the same dcc server. I get this: ns2_tim: showlong | dccproc -Q -C X-DCC-meer-Metrics: ns2.meer.net 1011; Body=0 Fuz1=0 Fuz2=23 checksum server wlist env_From: 0747e5d3 2a53c3f6 1dd40e5e eda231a8 0 From: ccc6c072 40b33ae3 bacaec54 0882d492 0 Message-ID: 1362b8df 108a9149 72f70f53 94ddee2f 0 Received: 39652063 86b73ebb efeafb0a 6c88773f 0 Body: d3b86cb6 13f5af7c 152e5f33 b133f9e9 0 Fuz1: 373854aa 03c9e7e4 0f98124b 5befbe7b 0 Fuz2: 506e5626 775518ea 1d79e611 0d04b91e 23 So can the counts drop? Seems very odd. I'll save this message and I have not marked it as 'many' yet on our server. I've seen an increase in spam in the last week, and I'm trying to get a handle as to why.
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