[ngw] non-NDS users sending outbound

Maurice mauricep at cds-cumberland.org
Wed Apr 14 20:19:00 UTC 2010


Talk with an IT buddy, got him to hit my Server from away...
He can get to my Server!!!!

So, I need to get to my Cisco ASA and allow on traffic on port 25 from
an internal address???
Is that the correct thinking??

-Maurice Pelletier
Child Development Services - Cumberland County
50 Depot Road
Falmouth, ME 04105
207-781-8881 (voice)
207-781-8855 (fax)


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On 04/14/2010 03:28 PM, Danita Zanre wrote:
> Can you check your POA log when this is happening?  You might actually
> have someone who has hacked a userid/password and are actually
> authenticating to the GWIA to send the junk.
> On Wed, Apr 14, 2010 at 1:24 PM, Maurice <mauricep at cds-cumberland.org
> <mailto:mauricep at cds-cumberland.org>> wrote:
>     All the traffic appears to be at the GWIA level, when I ran my report
>     for PO usage there's a listing without a GW User Domain or GW User PO
>     identifier but the total listed matches the offending User in the
>     Outbound report.
> -- 
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