I have received several emails from email@example.com which contain the W32.Beagle.X@mm virus as an attachement ( Counter_strike.cpl ). This has been happening for months. This is being sent to the firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list. Can lanius be contacted and asked to do a virus scan on his machine? The originating IP is 22.214.171.124 <lists.gentoo.org> but someone may be spoofing lanius' email directly. This doesn't affect me as I use only Linux based computers but some of the people on the mailing list may be using windows. The full headers are:
X-Apparently-To: email@example.com via 126.96.36.199; Mon, 17 Jan 2005 15:35:22 -0800
Authentication-Results: mta108.mail.dcn.yahoo.com from=gentoo.org; domainkeys=neutral (no sig)
Received: from 188.8.131.52 (EHLO parrot.gentoo.org) (184.108.40.206) by mta108.mail.dcn.yahoo.com with SMTP; Mon, 17 Jan 2005 15:35:22 -0800
Received: (qmail 22020 invoked by uid 89); 17 Jan 2005 23:35:20 +0000
Mailing-List: contact firstname.lastname@example.org; run by ezmlm
List-Id: Gentoo Linux mail <gentoo-doc.gentoo.org>
Delivered-To: mailing list email@example.com
Received: (qmail 5491 invoked from network); 17 Jan 2005 23:35:20 +0000
Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2005 00:38:40 +0100
To: "Gentoo-doc" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: "Lanius" <email@example.com> Add to Address BookAdd to Address Book
Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary="--------adlgsefotkkpvtuvnuxq"
Subject: [gentoo-doc] Incoming message
This is most definitely just a spoofed address. I get hundreds of these a week from various @gentoo.org addresses. He's not infected.