For the past few days, I'm seeing AVG suddenly reporting a virus "SPAM":
Virus Scanner Summary Report (Integrated AVG Scanner)
Total Messages Processed: 19,499
Virus Infected Messages: 232
Percentage Infected: 1.19%
resulting in these SMTP headers:
X-Declude-Virus: Detected Spam [from IP 18.104.22.168 ([No Reverse DNS])].
and these reports:
q061a000274936c02.smd AVG Reports VIRUS: Spam
q061a000274936c02.smd File(s) are INFECTED [Spam: 7]
q061a000274936c02.smd Scanned: CONTAINS A VIRUS [MIME: 1 424]
q061a000274936c02.smd From: bloodiest...@rcbassociats.com To:
elopre...@??????????? [incoming from 22.214.171.124]
q061a000274936c02.smd Subject: Please attention!
This causes a whole bunch of problems, e.g.
a) I am unable to 'weigh' this "Spam" with other factors BEFORE it gets
b) It bypasses the "WhiteList" feature (from the user's Webmail
c) It's treated like a "Virus", hundreds of the configured virus
notices are being emailed, etc.
While I'm certainly in favor of any additional SPAM detection - but then it
needs to be PROPERLY IMPLEMENTED as part of Declude JunkMail not just
"dumped" into the regular virus handling!
If AVG reports to Declude the virus name "Spam", then Declude MUST recognize
that and NOT treat it like a virus (or at least give us a config option NOT
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