Re: [fw-wiz] worm?

On 2/1/07, Paul Melson <pmelson@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I think your technician needs to try booting from trusted media and using
more than one type of scanner. The only time we've ever had outbound SMTP
sweeps from a Windows workstation it was botted.


This will serve as a response to everyone who responded - some
excellent suggestions that I will certainly have him follow-up on, as
best as my position allows. :)

Fortunately we have managed to configure enough security that we
disallow outgoing connections to port 25.

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