We’ve opened up a new forum for the discussion of our free ConfigServer Scripts. Please feel free to register and participate in them. Be sure to read the Welcome message first 😉ConfigServer Scripts Forum
I have added a new page to our site to explain some of the processes that we go through when Searching for Spammers on a server. The hope is that this will help readers to understand where spam comes from and, using that knowledge, how to backtrack through the server logs to find the entry point on your server.It isn’t meant to be a comprehensive guide on the subject, but I hope it gives you a starting point. Hopefully it also illustrates some the work we do as part of our Anti-Spammer/Exploit Service.
I have added the following to the Why you should use :fail: page on our site:
We’ve moved our helpdesk to a new server (in the UK) and a new domain. for those that use our services, please update your bookmarks to use the following URL from now on:https://support.waytotheweb.com/cgi-bin/helpdesk/pdesk.cgi
I must say that I really do like NOD32 for windows-based virus scanning and we use it on our main PC’s. Our servers are, of course, all protected by ClamAV which works excellently at filtering out email borne viruses 🙂