- To: ga@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Eric ( Duh Ga Chair) Dierker" <ericdierker@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [ga]
- From: Jeffrey Williams <jwkckid2@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2012 17:19:54 -0700
John and all,
Spot on John. I several days ago warned Eric of such. Evidently he
doesn't have good
malware protection of any sort just a basic firewall which we all know
isn't anywhere good
enough. The link is "Spammy". I suggested several means by which
Eric could extricate
himself and his Yahoo Email address from this, and I was under the
impression he was
interested in doing so ASAP. Seems that his progress in that
direction has yet to reach
Of course Yahoo has been under some attacks of late that have
exposed a significant
number of Yahoo users Email addresses and perhaps server based address books.
If indeed Eric was one of those 1.8m users that were hacked, it would
be in his best
interest to change providers, or yahoo email addresses ASAP as by now
he has been
so deeply and completely compromised that to do otherwise would not
likely get him
off the many RBL services to which his Yahoo Email address is now a permanent
Kindest regards and god bless,
Jeffrey A. Williams
PH # 214-245-2647
On Wed, Jun 27, 2012 at 3:33 PM, John Palmer
> Looks like Hugh's email address is being double "Joe-jobbed". In other
> words, his return addr
> is on spam sent by spammers and they are sending stuff to addresses in his
> address book.
> Looks like he may have gotten a virus on his machine that swiped his e-mail
> address book and is
> now sending to those addresses with his addy as a faked return-addr. More
> likely that you will be
> in the white-list of people in your addr book - common tactic.
> I suspect that the link is a malware link. DONT click on it.
> In other words, I doubt Hugh sent it himself
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Gregg L. DesElms
> To: Hugh Dierker
> Cc: eddan@xxxxxxx ; ga@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx ; greg.abbott@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ;
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> members@xxxxxxxxxxx ; dk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2012 3:34 PM
> Subject: [ga]
> Could we please not have any more of these messages with nothing in the
> "Subject:" field? No blank "Suject:" fields, please.
> For starters, some spam filters dump blank "Subject:" fields (or "Subject:"
> fields with words like "no subject" in them) straight to either the spam
> folder or the nul processor. So if the sender actually wants to ensure that
> the messages are received, s/he needs to put something into the "Subject:"
> ...and to stop ignoring the email software's pop-up warning that there's
> nothing in the "Subject:" field when the "Send" button is pressed.
> Also, a little more than a mere link in the body of the message would be
> Thanks! Just tryin' to help.
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> On Wed, Jun 27, 2012 at 5:25 AM, Hugh Dierker <hdierker2204@xxxxxxxxx>