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  1. #1

    * new Spam mehtode ??

    just recive the following e-mail.
    Anyone else recived this e-mail to ?


    You are being contacted because you are listed as an Internic contact for the domain
    referred to. is a non-profit, hobby web site that monitors computer crime on the
    internet. In the past few minutes, we have been notified that your domain was hacked,
    and your web page defaced. This means that the intruder has edited your web page in
    some way. Due to this, it is quite likely that one or all of the machines on your
    network are compromised. You may wish to take immediate action to correct this
    problem and respond to the intrusion.

    One of the free services offers is mirroring defaced pages to aid in
    statistics on computer crime. The various archives of information we maintain is used
    by security professionals and law enforcement every day. We comply with all law
    enforcement subpoenas for information related to the intrusion.

    We want to assure you that we had no advanced knowledge of the intrusion. Any
    reference to ( & in your logs is due to our mirroring
    utility. Any greeting or reference to on the actual web page is beyond our
    control. We send out over 2000 mails like this every month.

    You should contact the appropriate CERT and law enforcement agency with follow-up
    They can provide recommendations for recovering and dealing with this incident.

    If you receive any additional mail from a security company or vendor, we'd like to
    state up front that we are in no way affiliated with them. We have found out that
    some security companies prey on victims of web defacement to solicit their products
    or services. If you receive such mail, please forward the full text with headers to
    us so that we can confront them.

    Please feel free to mail us if you have any questions or would like assistance.

    For more on security and incident response:

    For more on computer forensics and preservation of evidence:

    Contacting Law Enforcement

    For the latest on vulnerabilities and good security practice:

    Explanation of our mirroring Utility:

    The Alldas Mirror:

    For the latest patches and mailing lists

    Contacting us:
    [email protected]

  2. #2
    That's not spam. Alldas is contacting you because someone posted your domain to the defacement archive, most likely. Did someone deface your page?

  3. #3
    no, all seems fine with my account...

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