On Wed, 9 Feb 2000, Shauna Swenson wrote:
> I'm not sure if this question is appropriate for this
> list. If not, I would appreciate it if you would guide
> me in the right direction.
> I've got a moderated listserv. Someone sent
> unsolicited mail to the list, set the list owner as
> the sender, and bypassed the approval.
> How do I prevent this from happening again?
> Here's what I found in the mail log:
> Feb 8 16:49:03 <host> sendmail: QAA17732:
> Authentication-Warning: <host.domain>: majordom set
> sender to owner-majordomo using -f
> According to the sendmail man page, only a trusted
> user (normally root, daemon, and network) can use the
> "-f" option in that manner.
> The user majordom has a UID of 43 and a GID of 41
> which is not the same as root's or daemon's. "network"
> is not in the passwd file.
> I would appreciate all the information you can
> provide. Thank you.
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From: Shauna Swenson <firstname.lastname@example.org>