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Help Please to stop Invaders! - 6.Aug.2003 4:48:00 PM   
Itchy_s

 

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I have recently cleaned up my mail server from relay abuse using every possible resource on the net. But i noticed i was still receiving relays. However I still managed to clean out the queues.

I then realised someone maybe in my system so i looked in the current sessions in the SMTP virtual server and i noticed external connections hooking into my server. Different user names and ip addresses constantly changing when i refresh, but all from roughly the same locale.

If someone can help me with this i really need your help to block these buggers!
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RE: Help Please to stop Invaders! - 7.Aug.2003 8:05:00 PM   
Roach

 

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We had the same problem here a while back, coming from the 211.158.x.x and 218.70.x.x (known to be relaying spam). We searched and found both range to be Well known problem case, so we actually blocked the whole ip range in our Firewall...Extreme, but it did the job. My server is nice and calm.... [Wink]

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