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Re: Hijacked email

  • From: Haesu
  • Date: Wed Aug 20 10:16:05 2003

Yup, seeing same. Spoofing to quite a few of our addresses and sending worms to everyone..

-hc

-- 
Sincerely,
  Haesu C.
  TowardEX Technologies, Inc.
  WWW: http://www.towardex.com
  E-mail: haesu@towardex.com
  Cell: (978) 394-2867

On Wed, Aug 20, 2003 at 07:36:23AM -0500, Jack.W.Parks@alltel.com wrote:
> 
> Anyone seeing hijacked email addresses with this Sobig-F worm?  I did
> some research and I know I didn't send anything to Investec Bank of
> Johannesburg,ZA. On top of that, I definitely did not send a worm.
> 
> Thoughts?
> 
> Jack
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: jlouw@investec.co.za [mailto:jlouw@investec.co.za] 
> Sent: Wednesday, August 20, 2003 4:11 AM
> To: Parks, Jack W
> Cc: VMeetoo@investec.co.mu
> Subject: MailMarshal has detected a Virus in your message
> 
> 
> Investec content scanning has stopped the following message:
> 
>    Message: BB002e9963.00000001.mml
>    From:    Jack.W.Parks@alltel.com
>    To:      VMeetoo@investec.co.mu
>    Subject: Thank you!
> 
> Because it believes the message contains a virus.
> The virus scanning software used was: Sophos AntiVirus (SAVI2 Interface)
> 
> Virus name: W32/Sobig-F
> 
> Please clean the file and resend it.
> 
> Rule: Inbound Messages : Block Virus





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