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spambots and dictionary attacks Nov 17 2006 04:02PM
rowland onobrauche (rowland onobrauche legendplc com) (3 replies)
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I would like to hear from anyone that has successfully blocked
spambots or dictionary attacks without the need of another server in
between your mailserver and the senders.
The mailserver on my end is exim and it is actually a virtual server,
so i cannot really edit the exim.conf file, but have access to access,
virtusertable, trustedusers and sendmail.cw.

regards
rowland

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[ reply ]
Re: spambots and dictionary attacks Nov 17 2006 11:11PM
Greg Metcalfe (metcalfegreg qwest net)
Re: spambots and dictionary attacks Nov 17 2006 07:18PM
Peter H. Lemieux (phl cyways com) (1 replies)
Re: spambots and dictionary attacks Nov 20 2006 12:43PM
rowland onobrauche (rowland onobrauche legendplc com)
Re: spambots and dictionary attacks Nov 17 2006 06:51PM
Hans Wolters (php xs4all nl)


 

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