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If we do not. Where is the issue? How do I fix it? How do I prevent it from happening again? Acting quickly is critical in these situations, so I changed all of the passwords for all of the Users, and also looked to see if the attacker had somehow managed to set up a hidden user on the machine to continue their evil plans. None found, it was time to look at the spam. I eventually was able to export a list of mail in the queue to a text file-.
The only other place I could go to was the Logs. I browsed the logs and saw a bunch of logins from local accounts, but there were some interesting IP addresses attached to logins for one account- hr spamvictim. I found 2 IP addresses, one from Indonesia and one from Singapore that looked suspicious, so I figured that was the compromised account.
Unfortunately, when I told the customer, he said that his wife who owns the hr … account has been overseas with her laptop and phone- and she has been in Indonesia and Singapore! So we are no wiser as to which account has been hacked. Back to wondering if we could get some Postfix management tools on to the server to help, however I posted in several places looking for hints and no one had suggested these tools.
Back to using the built in tools. None of these did the job I wanted, perhaps they are too complicated and the syntax is pretty impenetrable for me.
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Nearly 12, in all. So while it was obviously a big problem, not as bad as it could have been. Faint praise?