Actually, the attached message was sent from a computer infected with a
virus.  There is an unusually high number of messages that fit
symantec's description of some worms out there today.  My best guess is
it is one of these two worms.[EMAIL PROTECTED]


> -----Original Message-----
> Sent: Tuesday, August 19, 2003 8:23 AM
> Subject: [PHP-DB] [SPAM?] [PHP-DB] Re: That movie
> This mail is probably spam.  The original message has been attached
> along with this report, so you can recognize or block similar unwanted
> mail in future.  See for more details.
> Content preview:  Please see the attached file for details. -- PHP
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> Content analysis details:   (5.20 points, 5 required)
> NO_REAL_NAME       (0.8 points)  From: does not include a real name
> INVALID_DATE       (0.6 points)  Invalid Date: header (not RFC 2822)
> RAZOR2_CHECK       (2.1 points)  Listed in Razor2, see
> DATE_IN_PAST_06_12 (0.8 points)  Date: is 6 to 12 hours before
> date
> MISSING_MIMEOLE    (0.5 points)  Message has X-MSMail-Priority, but no
> MimeOLE
> MIME_BOUND_NEXTPART (0.4 points)  Spam tool pattern in MIME boundary
> The original message did not contain plain text, and may be unsafe to
> open with some email clients; in particular, it may contain a virus,
> or confirm that your address can receive spam.  If you wish to view
> it, it may be safer to save it to a file and open it with an editor.

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