still looking for that stuff?

jim stephens jwsmail at
Wed Aug 10 19:19:39 CDT 2016

On 8/10/2016 4:47 PM, Adrian Stoness wrote:
> Spam?
Yes, most worms that attack such as web mail sites will harvest all the 
email addresses from the compromised account and seed emails to those 

In this case note the typical symptom, which is a large cc list.  I 
don't know why the program isn't built to omit that, but cctalk seldom 
if ever sends any ccs.

Same for Yahoo crap like this.

Also note the compromised account may not be actually compromised where 
it is hosted and changing the passwords by the user on the list will do 
no good.  finding a new email provider will.

yahoo has had this for at least 10 years I know of, and I think it is an 
internal undetected fault in their servers that is allowing it.  Just 
noting since I see many such emails both here and on yahoo group 
postings in groups I belong to.
> On Aug 10, 2016 6:30 PM, "cctalk-bounces at" <julian at>
> wrote:
>> Hey friend,
>> Are you still lookinf  for that stuff? I think  I've just seen
>> someething  you may like, look <>
>> Very truly yours, cctalk-bounces at

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