Inline image based spam
dhottinger at harrisonburg.k12.va.us
Fri Oct 6 17:55:27 EDT 2006
Ive been getting the same. Usually about some stock quote. Let me
know if your procmail script works. I wonder if you couldnt have the
message go straight to a quarantine folder? I have all Japanese
messages go to a mailbox /opt/viruses/japanese. It then gets
rotatated and compressed via cron every sunday. Hopefully someone has
Quoting John Villalovos <sodarock at gmail.com>:
> I am noticing that I am getting a lot of inline image based spam.
> Typically has a lot of nonsense text and then an image (contained in
> the email) for the spam.
> I keep training on the message but they still keep landing in my
> "Unsure" folder. Has anyone figured out some good ways to help
> bogofilter deal with this better?
> I just added this to my .procmailrc:
> :0 HB
> # If it has an inline image, put in a header to indicate so. Hopefully this
> # will help with the image spam
> * src=\"cid:.*@.*\"
> :0 fwh
> | formail -I"X-Inline-Image:"
> I'm hoping that this will help with the issue, though I was thinking
> maybe bogofilter could add the presence of inline images as a keyword
> that it stores. That way it could be added to the word database.
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