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#8486 3-Jul-2006 22:27
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http://www.spamhaus.org/query/bl?ip=202.73.206.140

#host 202.73.206.140
140.206.73.202.in-addr.arpa domain name pointer gprs.vodafone.net.nz.

Exploitable Server See: http://www.sorbs.net/lookup.shtml?202.73.206.140

Address and Port:202.73.206.140
Record Created:Mon May 29 09:05:01 2006 GMT
Record Updated:Mon May 29 09:57:42 2006 GMT
Additional Information:Likely Trojaned Machine, host running Korgo trojan
Currently active and flagged to be published in DNS

Yes, I know, whitelist the IP address. Thought someone at Voda might want to check it out though.





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#40412 3-Jul-2006 22:30
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Great someone using the GPRS network to SPAM

Will bring this up tomorrow first thing

Cheers Juha

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  #40413 3-Jul-2006 22:32
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Cheers :)




 
 
 
 


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  #40415 3-Jul-2006 23:46
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does the VodafoneMail use the same SMTP server? as i know some of the emails from Vodafone Mail (website) i sent doesn't get delivered and get bounced back to my Vodafone Mail inbox... any idea?





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  #40424 4-Jul-2006 08:02
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Whats the bounce back error message

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  #40427 4-Jul-2006 08:38
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not too sure now. it was a good few months ago and i have deleted the bounce back message. i will try again later today and see if it still work.




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If you go to www.openrbl.org you can check if the VF Mail server is listed in any of the RBLs.

#dig vodafone.co.nz. mx +short
10 csmx01ftc.vodafone.co.nz.

Not listed in anything apart from BLARS.




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