[Novalug] Free SSL Certs
mshade at mshade.org
Tue Jan 30 00:55:36 EST 2007
You know, I've found that spamassassin combined with greylisting takes
care of 99% of the spam I receive. I don't have to sift through anything
anymore, as spambots usually don't make the second attempt necessary for a
first connection with greylisting implemented.
It's trivially easy to set up with postfix.
On Tue, January 30, 2007 12:46 am, Michael Hughes wrote:
> unfortunately it's pretty easy for a spammer to parse our list
> archives and replace " at " with "@". Where else could they be
> harvesting them from? Maybe we need to resort to random characters
> sprinkled throughout, or convert the email address to an image - boy I
> hate spammers and the hoops they make us jump through...
> On 1/30/07, TGS <spam at tachegroup.com> wrote:
>> Yes, it is a normal email, and one that I use to subscribe to email
>> Just from this one email list alone, I was slammed by spammers who
>> must have harvested it somehow.
>> On Jan 25, 2007, at 7:21 AM, tux2dave at davearonson.com wrote:
>> > b b wrote:
>> >> - interesting that this email address was able to post
>> >> to the group... a hole in mailman?
>> >> ???
>> >> --- TGS <spam at tachegroup.com> wrote:
>> > Why is it so odd? Looks like a perfectly normal email addy to me,
>> > even though the username happens to be stuff we don't like. I
>> > don't see why mailman should be stopping it based on just the name.
>> > Or do you mean that you happen to know that that address happens
>> > not to be subscribed to the list? Posts from non-members would
>> > indeed be a hole, since IIRC the list is set to disallow same....
>> > -Dave
>> > --
>> > Dave Aronson
>> > "Specialization is for insects." -Heinlein
>> > Work: http://www.davearonson.com/
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