Re: linuxaudio.org compromised - 2018-01-29
Posted: Tue Feb 13, 2018 9:41 pm
Thanks for all the hardwork. Everyone should definitely pitch in to write an opera about these linux heroes.
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a pertinent questionjonetsu wrote:Hi,
Is there a need to subscribe again to the list ?
Care must be taken when writing on opera !BlackGuyver78 wrote:Thanks for all the hardwork. Everyone should definitely pitch in to write an opera about these linux heroes.
Don't think the smtp-server is started yet on the machine. I sent a "help" to linux-audio-user-request and got a time out.jonetsu wrote:OK, so it seems to work for just about everyone with all the thanks floating around. And since there's no activity in the mailing list that I can see from the email client here whose configuration did not change, there IS a need to subscribe again.
UPDATE Nope, that's not it. The reply was:
"An attempt was made to subscribe your address to the mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org. You are already subscribed to this mailing list. Note that the list membership is not public, so it is possible that a bad person was trying to probe the list for its membership. This would be a privacy violation if we let them do this, but we didn't."
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Feb 15 19:48:49 nic postfix/smtp: 624E52A0030: to=<email@example.com>, relay=none, delay=30, delays=0.04/0/30/0, dsn=4.4.1, status=deferred (connect to a.mx.lists.linuxaudio.org[126.96.36.199]:25: Connection timed out)
No, we restored the complete Mailman setup from the compromised server. That includes all subscriptions, no need to subscribe again.jonetsu wrote:Is there a need to subscribe again to the list ?
We decided to keep all mail related ports closed until we were 100% sure that all mail services functioned properly. Today we finally reached that point, we opened everything up and everything started to work again. We didn't want mail to start bouncing as that could be interpreted that the corresponding mail boxes might not exist anymore which was not the case.rncbc wrote:a pertinent question
though if one or everyone should have to do just that that would be really disgusting and quite frankly it would sentence the death of it all :/
from my standing pov.:
none of the LA(A|D|U) mail-lists seems to work at all; mails sent just seem to fall into the void: no bounces, no single response either;
mailist archives seem to have stopped on 29/1: no surprise here;
administrative interface seems to be up and running though;
otoh. planet.linuxaudio.org looks like is has also a huge-lot to catch-up so another question comes in: is it running/being fed at all?