At 3:49 pm, Sunday, October 21 2001, Jon Biddell mumbled: > <begin headers> > > Return-Path: <hahaha@xxxxxxxxxxx> > Received: from penguin (1Cust215.tnt10.syd2.da.uu.net [188.8.131.52]) > by int-mail.syd.fl.net.au (Postfix) with SMTP id D9E3216875 > for <jon@xxxxxxxxx>; Sun, 21 Oct 2001 00:43:49 +1000 (EST) > From: Hahaha <hahaha@xxxxxxxxxxx> > <end headers> > > Any ideas ? > Yes. It's a virus. The Received: line above tells you which machine sent it, so you'd probably be best calling YoYo.. err, UUNet, and asking them to sort it out. Failing that, find a friend that works for UUNet, and ask for the name and address. :-) -- Steve <Overfiend> xhost +localhost should only be done by people who would paint their hostname and root password on an interstate overpass.
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