Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
> __/ [ nessuno@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ] on Wednesday 02 August 2006 10:57
>> To the list of unpleasant Monday happenings - answer the alarm clock,
>> face morning traffic, trudge into the office - you can add one more
>> Delete the weekend spam from your e-mail.
>> End quote
>> The vast majority of spam comes from compromised Windows machines.
> This morning I had a clogup in my mail server. It turns out that
> Windows zombies had my account exceed its limit in just one week, so
> no mail for 4 days. I thought 30 MB per week would suffice for a SPAM
> vacuum, but Windows botnets only grow, with bandwidth limits becoming
> more generous, or inexistent. I can't help but feel that Windows is
> costing me a lot of time. I also reported the following this
I'm not one for port blocking on the internet. I think it sets a bad
precidence about who should run servers and who should not.
However, I agree with port 25 blocking by ISPs.