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brandon@technico.us

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A potential client just asked me to investigate a spam issue with his aging Kerio Conect 7.0.2 server. He just landed on one blacklist, and I see a small amount of spam stuck in his outgoing mail queue. When I review his queue from the web admin interface, the "From" addresses on these messages don't correspond to actual users in his system. And since this Kerio interface is older, there's no column for "Authenticated Sender". So how can I identify the account that has been compromised? Thanks for any advice.
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brandon@technico.us

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Sorted it out. From the command line, as root, I took a look at /usr/local/kerio/mailserver/store/queue/, then read the <auth-sender> entries in the .env files there. Identified the compromised account, then changed the password.
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Cool, thanks for sharing your solution.

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