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Exim Cheats again!

One of my servers was subjected to a SPAM attack again yesterday (via PHP using an insecure php mail() call I suspect). Thankfully the user was tracked down quickly and suspended. Leaving some 10,000 messages on the queue!!

Digging out the Exim Cheatsheet that I posted on this blog in December saved my bacon yet again! The argument for turning on PHPSuExec continues!

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