Justin du Coeur (jducoeur) wrote,
Justin du Coeur

Well, that's convenient...

The bad news: some spammer is sending out a substantial quantity of spam (a couple hundred a day) that purports to be from our domain, so we're getting all those bounces.

The good news: they seem to have hooked upon a single false email address that all that email is coming from. Don't know where they came up with that particular permutation (it doesn't look randomly generated, but it's not one we've ever used), but pretty much all of the current spam is coming from it. So filtering out the bounces is nicely easy...
Tags: spam

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