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GELÖST

unbekannter Mail Delivery Daemon

Frage Sicherheit Erkennung und -Abwehr

Mitglied: Follyx

Follyx (Level 2) - Jetzt verbinden

14.11.2007, aktualisiert 20.11.2007, 27821 Aufrufe, 3 Kommentare

Hallo zusammen,

ich habe seit einigen Tagen folgendes Problem:

Beim Abruf meiner Emails bekomme ich immer wieder mal einen Mailer Daemon (Mail-Delivery) meines Mailservers. Das witzige an der Sache aber ist, dass ich an den Empfänger der zurückgekommenen Mails nie geschrieben habe. Kann es sein dass ich mir irgendwas eingefangen habe, was jetzt in meinem Namen Email verschickt ( und jetzt hier glücklicherweise ins Leere läuft)?

Wie soll ich denn weiter vorgehen?

Danke schon mal für jede Hilfe im Vorraus.

ich habe hier unten mal die zurückgekommene Nachricht angehängt. Mich machen hier die Kreditkarten Bereiche ein wenig stutzig. Ich habe auch von so einer "Bedrohung" noch nie was gehört, ich sage mal "Email-Hijacker", weiss daher auch nicht was man tun muss und sollte.


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Thank you for scheduling your recent credit card payment online. Your payment will post to your account on 01/05/2007.
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und hier ein anderer:



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Mitglied: 25510
15.11.2007 um 06:41 Uhr
Hallo,

es kann sein, dass eine dritte Person dich und den Anderen in seinem Adressbuch hat und sich etwas eingefangen hat. Der Schädling schickt nun Mails los mit deiner Adresse als Zieladresse und der Absenderadresse eines anderen.

D.h.: keine Chance das Abzustellen (es sei denn du wirst administrativ auf dem System tätig.)

gruß, TZ
Bitte warten ..
Mitglied: Follyx
15.11.2007 um 10:50 Uhr
Schönen guten Morgen,

das komische aber an der Sache ist, dass ich von meinem Provider einen MailerDaemon bekomme, also auch von mir was weggeschickt wird. Dass muss man doch unterbinden können.
Bitte warten ..
Mitglied: gnarff
20.11.2007 um 01:19 Uhr
Hallo huschi!

Es ist eine gängige Praxis der Spammer sich E-Mail Addressen Dritter zu bedienen um so ihre wahre Identität zu verschleiern.
Das bedeutet nicht, dass der Spammer Zugriff auf Deinen Rechner hat; Entwarnung also...

saludos
gnarff
Bitte warten ..
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