Strange Spam

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Ex_OWM, Feb 16, 2009.

  1. Ex_OWM

    Ex_OWM Guest

    I have my own domain name example.com and I using email forwarding/catchall
    I use individual email addresses for various purposes in the format of
    , , ,
    etc.

    Recently, I have been getting a lot of spam against that domain name, much
    of it is obvious dictionary attacks but quite a lot of it is showing as from
    various email addresses on that domain that I have actually used in the
    past.

    I don't think it is a case of people selling on my email address, some of
    these are very respectable organisations and there are just too many of them
    happening at the same time. I don't think it's a key trapper as I haven't
    actually used some of these addresses for a very long time. I don't think
    it's a Trojan taking control of Outlook as I'm not getting bounces from
    rogue mail being sent out using these as return addresses.

    I'm running XP SP3, Windows firewall, AVG 8 and Windows Defender as my main
    protection and occasionally run Lavasoft Adaware and Spybot Search &
    Destroy, none of which are finding anything untoward.

    Am I missing anything here or does anyone have any suggestions as to how
    these addresses may have been picked up?
     
    Ex_OWM, Feb 16, 2009
    #1
    1. Advertising

  2. Ex_OWM

    Whiskers Guest

    ["Followup-To:" header set to 24hoursupport.helpdesk.]
    On 2009-02-16, Ex_OWM <> wrote:
    [...]

    > Am I missing anything here or does anyone have any suggestions as to how
    > these addresses may have been picked up?


    Bots scraping web forums, blogs, usenet posts, etc. People thoughtlessly
    'forwarding' those stupid emails about 'urgent warnings' and 'missing
    child' and 'this is funny' etc. Clicking on 'unsubscribe me' or 'report
    this as spam' links in spam.

    --
    -- ^^^^^^^^^^
    -- Whiskers
    -- ~~~~~~~~~~
     
    Whiskers, Feb 16, 2009
    #2
    1. Advertising

  3. Ex_OWM

    Mike Easter Guest

    Misguided crossposting trimmed; posted to 24hshd only

    Ex_OWM wrote:
    > I have my own domain name example.com and I using email
    > forwarding/catchall I use individual email addresses for various
    > purposes in the format of ,
    > , , etc.


    That means that you have *not* been using randomized usernames instead of
    subscriptionname, ispname, forumname

    > Recently, I have been getting a lot of spam against that domain name,
    > much of it is obvious dictionary attacks but quite a lot of it is
    > showing as from various email addresses on that domain that I have
    > actually used in the past.


    .... and it also (likely) means that 'various email addresses... used in
    the past' were also not randomly generated, but instead were 'normally'
    created usernames.

    > I don't think it is a case of people selling on my email address, some
    > of these are very respectable organisations and there are just too many
    > of them happening at the same time.


    You are correct.

    > I don't think it's a key trapper as
    > I haven't actually used some of these addresses for a very long time. I
    > don't think it's a Trojan taking control of Outlook as I'm not getting
    > bounces from rogue mail being sent out using these as return addresses.


    Correct again.

    > Am I missing anything here or does anyone have any suggestions as to how
    > these addresses may have been picked up?


    Very simply. In the beginning, the spamgenerating system gets the
    domainname example.com from anywhere. Next, the generator applies its
    so-called 'dictionary' - which isn't like a regular dictionary - but a
    list of every username which has ever been used by anyone which has been
    harvested attached to the innumerable domainnames.

    As a result, the generator has a 'list' of every username which you have
    ever attached to your example.com domainname. The From and To (of the
    email) as well as the RCPT-TO of the spam envelopes are populated with all
    of those usernames attached to example.com

    It is not necessary for there to be any insecurity or anyone infected
    anywhere along the way.


    --
    Mike Easter - anti-crossposter
    Any crossposting with which I disagree
    has been trimmed away in my own reply
     
    Mike Easter, Feb 16, 2009
    #3
  4. Ex_OWM

    VanguardLH Guest

    Note: Following newsgroups omitted from my reply as they are unrelated
    newsgroups and the problem isn't with a virus on the user's own host:
    alt.comp.anti-virus
    alt.comp.virus


    Ex_OWM wrote:

    > I have my own domain name and I amusing email forwarding/catchall ...

    <snip>

    Which means by using a catchall account that ANY username will be
    accepted for inbound e-mails. A catchall alias <anystring>@<yourdomain>
    means that it doesn't matter what is <anystring> as all legitimate
    values are accepted and inbound e-mails are accepted for them. Don't
    use a catchall account. Use specific usernames so that anything not
    matching on them gets rejected.
     
    VanguardLH, Feb 16, 2009
    #4
  5. Ex_OWM

    Ex_OWM Guest

    "Mike Easter" <> wrote in message
    news:gnc32d$t9$...
    > Misguided crossposting trimmed; posted to 24hshd only


    Why do you think crossposting to the two virus groups was misguided?
    Although I do not *think* it is a virus, neither you nor I can be sure of
    that.


    > Very simply. In the beginning, the spamgenerating system gets the
    > domainname example.com from anywhere. Next, the generator applies its
    > so-called 'dictionary' - which isn't like a regular dictionary - but a
    > list of every username which has ever been used by anyone which has been
    > harvested attached to the innumerable domainnames.


    I don't think that stacks up. For example, I have two ISP's set up this way,
    one that I haven't used for several years, the other is current. Both of
    these have appeared in the Spam but no other ISP's - if your theory is
    correct, then I would expect lots of other ISP names to appear but none
    have.

    BTW, in my earlier post I should have made clear that these addresses were
    only ever used in correspondence between myself and the various
    organisations, they have never been made public on a website or Usenet.
     
    Ex_OWM, Feb 16, 2009
    #5
  6. Ex_OWM

    Ex_OWM Guest

    "VanguardLH" <> wrote in message
    news:gnc3nc$91e$...
    > Note: Following newsgroups omitted from my reply as they are unrelated
    > newsgroups and the problem isn't with a virus on the user's own host:
    > alt.comp.anti-virus
    > alt.comp.virus


    How are they not related? Can you state authoritatively that my problem is
    not a virus?>


    > Ex_OWM wrote:
    >
    >> I have my own domain name and I amusing email forwarding/catchall ...

    > <snip>
    >
    > Which means by using a catchall account that ANY username will be
    > accepted for inbound e-mails. A catchall alias <anystring>@<yourdomain>
    > means that it doesn't matter what is <anystring> as all legitimate
    > values are accepted and inbound e-mails are accepted for them. Don't
    > use a catchall account. Use specific usernames so that anything not
    > matching on them gets rejected.


    Which would mean that I would not get mail that someone sent me if they
    mistyped a user name I had given them. The setup I have works fine; spam,
    though plentiful, is not a major headache as I use Mailwasher with a fairly
    extensive set of filters and blocked list to eliminate most of it before
    downloading.
     
    Ex_OWM, Feb 16, 2009
    #6
  7. Ex_OWM

    Ex_OWM Guest

    "Whiskers" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > ["Followup-To:" header set to 24hoursupport.helpdesk.]
    > On 2009-02-16, Ex_OWM <> wrote:
    > [...]
    >
    >> Am I missing anything here or does anyone have any suggestions as to how
    >> these addresses may have been picked up?

    >
    > Bots scraping web forums, blogs, usenet posts, etc. People thoughtlessly
    > 'forwarding' those stupid emails about 'urgent warnings' and 'missing
    > child' and 'this is funny' etc. Clicking on 'unsubscribe me' or 'report
    > this as spam' links in spam.


    None of that applies to this situation where I have set up specific
    addresses which are strictly limited to exchanges with individual
    organisations and have never been published on web forums, blogs, usenet
    posts, etc. The organisations involved are not ones that would be forwarding
    the stupid emails you correctly identify as a source of this sort of problem
    from uneducated Internet users.
     
    Ex_OWM, Feb 16, 2009
    #7
  8. Ex_OWM

    VanguardLH Guest

    Ex_OWM wrote:

    > "VanguardLH" <> wrote in message
    > news:gnc3nc$91e$...
    >> Note: Following newsgroups omitted from my reply as they are unrelated
    >> newsgroups and the problem isn't with a virus on the user's own host:
    >> alt.comp.anti-virus
    >> alt.comp.virus

    >
    > How are they not related? Can you state authoritatively that my problem is
    > not a virus?>


    Because you are RECEIVING the spam. You can NOTHING about anyone else
    that may be infected and sending you the spam. Did you come here to get
    a problem for yourself corrected, or are you working on someone else's
    behalf but failed to mention that?

    >> Ex_OWM wrote:
    >>
    >>> I have my own domain name and I amusing email forwarding/catchall ...

    >> <snip>
    >>
    >> Which means by using a catchall account that ANY username will be
    >> accepted for inbound e-mails. A catchall alias <anystring>@<yourdomain>
    >> means that it doesn't matter what is <anystring> as all legitimate
    >> values are accepted and inbound e-mails are accepted for them. Don't
    >> use a catchall account. Use specific usernames so that anything not
    >> matching on them gets rejected.

    >
    > Which would mean that I would not get mail that someone sent me if they
    > mistyped a user name I had given them. The setup I have works fine; spam,
    > though plentiful, is not a major headache as I use Mailwasher with a fairly
    > extensive set of filters and blocked list to eliminate most of it before
    > downloading.


    Well, if it's working fine, why are you complaining about what spam does
    come in on any username using the catchall function? Anyone, including
    spambots, can send you spam using any username and you're going to get
    it.
     
    VanguardLH, Feb 16, 2009
    #8
  9. Ex_OWM

    Ex_OWM Guest

    "Wolf K" <> wrote in message
    news:49997f49$0$22989$...

    > One or more of your correspondents has or had an infected computer, ie,
    > your addresses were harvested. That fact that the correspondents are
    > respectable organisations doesn't protect them.


    As the adrresses have been strictly limited to exchanges with the
    organistions, all of them would have had to be infected around the same time
    which seems unlikely.

    >There's nothing you can do about this. It's of course possible that your
    >computer has been zombified, but your security measures make this unlikely.


    I also think it's unlikley but I'm feeling a bit nervous that something has
    slipped under the radar.
     
    Ex_OWM, Feb 16, 2009
    #9
  10. Ex_OWM

    Mike Easter Guest

    Ex_OWM wrote:
    > "Mike Easter"


    >> Misguided crossposting trimmed; posted to 24hshd only

    >
    > Why do you think crossposting to the two virus groups was misguided?
    > Although I do not *think* it is a virus, neither you nor I can be sure
    > of that.


    Virus infections aren't a cause of your receiving spam with your address
    in the From. That is a common misconception.

    >> Very simply. In the beginning, the spamgenerating system gets the
    >> domainname example.com from anywhere. Next, the generator applies its
    >> so-called 'dictionary' - which isn't like a regular dictionary - but a
    >> list of every username which has ever been used by anyone which has
    >> been harvested attached to the innumerable domainnames.

    >
    > I don't think that stacks up.


    Perhaps you don't understand yet what I'm explaining.

    > For example, I have two ISP's set up this
    > way, one that I haven't used for several years, the other is current.
    > Both of these have appeared in the Spam but no other ISP's - if your
    > theory is correct, then I would expect lots of other ISP names to
    > appear but none have.


    To the best of my ability to understand what those 2 sentences just above
    say, they don't seem to be related to what I said. Perhaps you can try
    again to help me understand your point.

    > BTW, in my earlier post I should have made clear that these addresses
    > were only ever used in correspondence between myself and the various
    > organisations, they have never been made public on a website or Usenet.


    I'm not talking about the specific *address*. I'm talking about your
    having and using usernames which have been used by others before you.
    When you use a normal username - not an ugly randomized one - that
    username has been used before. The previously exposed username is married
    by the spamgeneration dictionary tool to your particular domainname and
    the resultant addresses are used in various part of the spamgeneration
    process, in the From, in the To (both are parts of the DATA section of the
    spam) and in the RCPT TO (which is a part of the smtp envelope process
    which determines who receives the spam). The data/addresses in the
    rcpt-to do not appear in the To (or CC) of the spam's headers.



    --
    Mike Easter
     
    Mike Easter, Feb 16, 2009
    #10
  11. Ex_OWM

    Ex_OWM Guest

    "VanguardLH" <> wrote in message
    news:gnc9c9$chj$...
    > Ex_OWM wrote:
    >
    >> "VanguardLH" <> wrote in message
    >> news:gnc3nc$91e$...
    >>> Note: Following newsgroups omitted from my reply as they are unrelated
    >>> newsgroups and the problem isn't with a virus on the user's own host:
    >>> alt.comp.anti-virus
    >>> alt.comp.virus

    >>
    >> How are they not related? Can you state authoritatively that my problem
    >> is
    >> not a virus?>

    >
    > Because you are RECEIVING the spam. You can NOTHING about anyone else
    > that may be infected and sending you the spam.


    The only place where all these names set up by me are held is on my
    computer; I cannot find anything to suggest that my computer is infected but
    it has to remain a prime suspect.

    > Did you come here to get
    > a problem for yourself corrected, or are you working on someone else's
    > behalf but failed to mention that?


    What on earth are you on about?

    >
    >>> Ex_OWM wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> I have my own domain name and I amusing email forwarding/catchall ...
    >>> <snip>
    >>>
    >>> Which means by using a catchall account that ANY username will be
    >>> accepted for inbound e-mails. A catchall alias <anystring>@<yourdomain>
    >>> means that it doesn't matter what is <anystring> as all legitimate
    >>> values are accepted and inbound e-mails are accepted for them. Don't
    >>> use a catchall account. Use specific usernames so that anything not
    >>> matching on them gets rejected.

    >>
    >> Which would mean that I would not get mail that someone sent me if they
    >> mistyped a user name I had given them. The setup I have works fine; spam,
    >> though plentiful, is not a major headache as I use Mailwasher with a
    >> fairly
    >> extensive set of filters and blocked list to eliminate most of it before
    >> downloading.

    >
    > Well, if it's working fine, why are you complaining about what spam does
    > come in on any username using the catchall function? Anyone, including
    > spambots, can send you spam using any username and you're going to get
    > it.


    I explained in my original post that I am not bothered about the random
    dictionary attacks on my domain name, what I am concerned about is the
    appearance of a number of usernames that I have actually set up at some
    stage but I have never made public.
     
    Ex_OWM, Feb 16, 2009
    #11
  12. Ex_OWM

    Ex_OWM Guest

    "Mike Easter" <> wrote in message
    news:gnca29$kjd$...
    > Ex_OWM wrote:
    >> "Mike Easter"

    >
    >>> Misguided crossposting trimmed; posted to 24hshd only

    >>
    >> Why do you think crossposting to the two virus groups was misguided?
    >> Although I do not *think* it is a virus, neither you nor I can be sure
    >> of that.

    >
    > Virus infections aren't a cause of your receiving spam with your address
    > in the From. That is a common misconception.


    I understand that. What concerns me here is that the only place I can think
    of where all these names set up by me are held is on my computer; I cannot
    find anything to suggest that my computer is infected but it has to remain a
    prime suspect.

    >
    >>> Very simply. In the beginning, the spamgenerating system gets the
    >>> domainname example.com from anywhere. Next, the generator applies its
    >>> so-called 'dictionary' - which isn't like a regular dictionary - but a
    >>> list of every username which has ever been used by anyone which has
    >>> been harvested attached to the innumerable domainnames.

    >>
    >> I don't think that stacks up.

    >
    > Perhaps you don't understand yet what I'm explaining.
    >
    >> For example, I have two ISP's set up this
    >> way, one that I haven't used for several years, the other is current.
    >> Both of these have appeared in the Spam but no other ISP's - if your
    >> theory is correct, then I would expect lots of other ISP names to
    >> appear but none have.

    >
    > To the best of my ability to understand what those 2 sentences just above
    > say, they don't seem to be related to what I said. Perhaps you can try
    > again to help me understand your point.


    Maybe it's best clarified by example.

    I have two ISP's - sagonet and ipowerweb - for which I have the email
    addresses and and am receiving
    spam purporting to be from them. Your point is that other people may have
    used sagonet and ipowerweb as usernames on their domains so they may both be
    listed on some spammers attack dictionary; fine, I accept that but godaddy,
    for example, would be more likely to be a username than sagonet, so why do I
    not get spam using or other organisations with many
    users and therefore a high probability of someone using their name as a
    username?

    The only recognisable usernames I see are ones that I have actually used at
    some time and I think it most improbable that they would happen to be the
    only ones picked up elsewhere with those usernames..
     
    Ex_OWM, Feb 16, 2009
    #12
  13. Ex_OWM

    Whiskers Guest

    On 2009-02-16, Ex_OWM <> wrote:

    [...]

    > I explained in my original post that I am not bothered about the random
    > dictionary attacks on my domain name, what I am concerned about is the
    > appearance of a number of usernames that I have actually set up at some
    > stage but I have never made public.


    "usernames that I have actually set up" is a sub-set of "random".

    --
    -- ^^^^^^^^^^
    -- Whiskers
    -- ~~~~~~~~~~
     
    Whiskers, Feb 16, 2009
    #13
  14. Ex_OWM

    Mike Easter Guest

    Ex_OWM wrote:
    > "Mike Easter"


    >> Virus infections aren't a cause of your receiving spam with your
    >> address in the From. That is a common misconception.

    >
    > I understand that. What concerns me here is that the only place I can
    > think of where all these names set up by me are held is on my computer;
    > I cannot find anything to suggest that my computer is infected but it
    > has to remain a prime suspect.


    You are saying 'the only place' but your computer is *NOT* the only place
    those usernames appear.

    >>>> a list of every username which has ever been used by anyone
    >>>> which has been harvested attached to the innumerable domainnames.


    > Maybe it's best clarified by example.
    >
    > I have two ISP's - sagonet and ipowerweb - for which I have the email
    > addresses and and am
    > receiving spam purporting to be from them. Your point is that other
    > people may have used sagonet and ipowerweb as usernames on their
    > domains so they may both be listed on some spammers attack dictionary;
    > fine, I accept that


    Your acceptance of that is sufficient to explain (the majority of) what is
    bothering you.

    > but godaddy, for example, would be more likely to
    > be a username than sagonet, so why do I not get spam using
    > or other organisations with many users and
    > therefore a high probability of someone using their name as a username?


    Your question about godaddy does not apply (to my explanation). Just
    because you haven't seen a godaddy username spam doesn't mean there isn't
    one somewhere.

    > The only recognisable usernames I see are ones that I have actually
    > used at some time and I think it most improbable that they would happen
    > to be the only ones picked up elsewhere with those usernames..


    (Back to) Regarding the virus issue...

    One thing that a virus infection can do is 'go thru' and harvest all of
    the @ configurations on the infected's system and 'do something' with that
    harvest.



    --
    Mike Easter
     
    Mike Easter, Feb 16, 2009
    #14
  15. Ex_OWM

    VanguardLH Guest

    Ex_OWM wrote:

    > "VanguardLH" <> wrote in message
    > news:gnc9c9$chj$...
    >> Ex_OWM wrote:
    >>
    >>> "VanguardLH" <> wrote in message
    >>> news:gnc3nc$91e$...
    >>>
    >>> How are they not related? Can you state authoritatively that my problem
    >>> is
    >>> not a virus?>

    >>
    >> Because you are RECEIVING the spam. You can NOTHING about anyone else
    >> that may be infected and sending you the spam.

    >
    > The only place where all these names set up by me are held is on my
    > computer; I cannot find anything to suggest that my computer is infected but
    > it has to remain a prime suspect.


    Have you EVER responded to any of those spams? Did you ever unsubscribe
    (using their link which means you tell them that they reached a valid
    and active e-mail address)? Were they HTML-formatted e-mails? If so,
    does your e-mail client always block external content, like linked
    images that can be web beacons to signal to the sender that you opened
    their spam which means they hit a valid and active e-mail address?

    Since you are using a catchall scheme to accept all e-mails, you really
    cannot say that one particular e-mail address is getting slammed. It
    just happens to be the one that they are currently using.

    If the e-mail address was ever one used by your good senders, they may
    have stored it in their address book. If they are infected, the mail
    trojan running on their host is sending the spam to you. But since it
    isn't your host, you can't do anything about it. Spambots send out
    their crap. They don't hit the user's own host because it would
    immediately be noticed and they want to hide what they're doing.

    >> Did you come here to get
    >> a problem for yourself corrected, or are you working on someone else's
    >> behalf but failed to mention that?

    >
    > What on earth are you on about?


    You talk about malware. Malware on your host would not result in you
    getting the spam. It would result in OTHERS getting spam from you.
    Since you are getting the spam, the malware is on someone else's host.
    You have no control over their host so you can't disinfect their host.

    If you were infected, you wouldn't be getting the spam. Someone else
    does. You say YOU are getting the spam. That means someone else is
    sending it to you. Well, you can't do anything about their host. You
    could tell them about their spam in case they didn't know about it. You
    could use DNS blacklists of known spam sources to block spam from there.
    But nothing you can do on your host is going to fix malware on their
    host.

    > I explained in my original post that I am not bothered about the random
    > dictionary attacks on my domain name, what I am concerned about is the
    > appearance of a number of usernames that I have actually set up at some
    > stage but I have never made public.


    Were these e-mail addresses ever included anywhere in a web page on your
    site? I know a lots of web owners use methods to obfuscate their e-mail
    address to prevent bots from harvesting them from the owner's site.
    Alternatively, they use a web form to send a message rather than have
    the user use e-mail.

    Since this subset of "usernames" is still covered by all strings allowed
    for the catchall setup, there is no guarantee the spammer is actually
    using one particular username to hit your site. They could simply be
    stuck on that username for awhile. Maybe you opened these spam mails
    which updated their database due to a web beacon. If they find valid
    and active e-mail addresses, those are given priority. It's pretty hard
    to validate that one particular username is actually being targeted when
    any username is allowed.
     
    VanguardLH, Feb 16, 2009
    #15
  16. Ex_OWM

    VanguardLH Guest

    To clarify, your original post said you have a domain called
    example.com. Obviously you don't have that particular domain name
    because it is reserved. You just used it as an example, as in
    "<username>@<mydomain>". Do you actually have your own registered
    domain name, or is it someone else's that you are using?

    I'll give an example. Some users signup for brand new Hotmail accounts.
    They immediately find spam in their Inbox using the webmail agent
    although they have never yet sent any e-mails out using that account nor
    have they even had the time to divulge that e-mail address to anyone
    yet. However, the username they used is susceptible to a dictionary
    attack. Maybe they used but that e-mail address
    has been targeted by spambots long before the account was even created.
    The spambots don't care about hitting non-existing accounts. They spew
    everywhere. When you open the account, they've already been slamming
    that username for ages but now the account exists so spam does manage to
    get delivered somewhere rather than immediately getting rejected during
    the mail session as undeliverable.

    I don't know what is the real domain name that you are using. I don't
    know if it is your registered domain or someone else's, like you are
    using a webhost provider but e-mail accounts are under their domain name
    instead of your vanity domain with them. I also don't know if this
    select set of usernames are word-based, like john.doe, or randomized,
    like xri8-ui.56t.xtt or ghkdl98745oiu.
     
    VanguardLH, Feb 16, 2009
    #16
  17. Ex_OWM

    Ex_OWM Guest

    It's okay, guys, I have it figured out.

    I thought these IP addresses had never been published anywhere but I realise
    now that at least some of them have - I used the ISP ones as contact email
    addresses on other domain names registered with them so obvuously they would
    have been available on a Whois lookup.

    On that basis, I'm sure that I think about it long enough that I'll remember
    that somewhere, sometime that I've used the others.

    That was what my underlying concern was - that I was sure these were not
    just a dictionary attack but I couldn't think where they might have been
    harvested, sorry for giving misleading information.
     
    Ex_OWM, Feb 17, 2009
    #17
  18. Ex_OWM

    John Guest

    "Ex_OWM" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    >I have my own domain name example.com and I using email forwarding/catchall
    >I use individual email addresses for various purposes in the format of
    >, , ,
    >etc.
    >
    > Recently, I have been getting a lot of spam against that domain name, much
    > of it is obvious dictionary attacks but quite a lot of it is showing as
    > from various email addresses on that domain that I have actually used in
    > the past.
    >
    > I don't think it is a case of people selling on my email address, some of
    > these are very respectable organisations and there are just too many of
    > them happening at the same time. I don't think it's a key trapper as I
    > haven't actually used some of these addresses for a very long time. I
    > don't think it's a Trojan taking control of Outlook as I'm not getting
    > bounces from rogue mail being sent out using these as return addresses.
    >
    > I'm running XP SP3, Windows firewall, AVG 8 and Windows Defender as my
    > main protection and occasionally run Lavasoft Adaware and Spybot Search &
    > Destroy, none of which are finding anything untoward.
    >
    > Am I missing anything here or does anyone have any suggestions as to how
    > these addresses may have been picked up?

    Trade in that AVG and get one that has a stronger Spam filter.
    AVG is not that good of a program anyway.
     
    John, Feb 26, 2009
    #18
    1. Advertising

Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question?

It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!). Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum.
Similar Threads
  1. C A Preston

    Spam-Spam and more Spam

    C A Preston, Apr 12, 2004, in forum: Computer Support
    Replies:
    2
    Views:
    700
    Hywel
    Apr 12, 2004
  2. Louise

    TrendMicro Anti Spam strange problem

    Louise, Jun 19, 2005, in forum: Computer Security
    Replies:
    4
    Views:
    2,454
    Winged
    Jun 30, 2005
  3. Replies:
    1
    Views:
    877
    Plato
    Aug 26, 2006
  4. Gavin Tunney

    Strange spam

    Gavin Tunney, May 6, 2004, in forum: NZ Computing
    Replies:
    6
    Views:
    344
    Gavin Tunney
    May 7, 2004
  5. Clwddncr
    Replies:
    6
    Views:
    771
    Dave - Dave.net.nz
    Feb 7, 2005
Loading...

Share This Page