[Esd-l] X-Unsent: header as way of recognizing mass mailing worms

John D. Hardin jhardin at impsec.org
Thu Nov 29 21:33:01 PST 2001

On Fri, 30 Nov 2001, Howard Lowndes wrote:

> John, are all these tweaks going onto the web site as they are
> created/modified? 

Some are, some aren't. I'm still debating whether the X-Unsent trap
should go in the recommended local rules.

> I'm kinda losing track of where IMPSEC is up to and am thinking I
> should do a full pull down again.

Full pull? Are you maintaining a mirror site? If so, let's set up
rsync so it's automated.

> Perhaps a change datestamp as well as / instead of a version
> number might help.

The RCS id line (in a small font near the end of each page) contains
the date the file was last checked into revision control as well as
the revision number. I check the pages in every time I make changes.

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