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Am I Hacked?


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#1 beakerr

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Posted 21 November 2006 - 10:39 AM

I got an email this morning, that arrived at 2:30 AM, that stated that the email I sent could not be delivered. The thing is I never sent this email and never heard of the addy. Here it is.

From:Mail Delivery Service <postmaster@mail1.arcor-ip.de>
[Add to Address Book]

To:xxxxxx@comcast.net
Subject:Delivery Status Notification
Date:Tuesday, November 21, 2006 2:33:33 AM
[View Source]
- These recipients of your message have been processed by the mail server:
keller@pikon.com; Failed; 5.1.1 (bad destination mailbox address)

Remote MTA 145.253.233.133: SMTP diagnostic: 550 <keller@pikon.com>:
Recipient address rejected: User unknown in relay recipient table



I never heard of keller@pikon.com. There were two attachments that I was supposedly sending out . What is this just random spam? Any clues??? I hope its not some one mailing the results of the keylogger they installed on my machine without my knowledge. What do I do????

Edited by beakerr, 21 November 2006 - 10:52 AM.


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#2 jgweed

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Posted 21 November 2006 - 11:06 AM

Some SPAM, and particularly E-mail containing malware, often pretend to come from a mailer-deamon (which you cannot have your ISP block), in the hopes that curiosity will lead you to open the attachments and thereby infect your computer. Obviously, you should under no circumstances open these. If you are reasonably certain you did not send the "returned" E-mail, or the mailer-deamon is NOT from your mail provider, then delete it immediately.
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John
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#3 beakerr

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Posted 21 November 2006 - 12:07 PM

Thanks! I deleated it.




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