From: Fred Cisin <cisin_at_xenosoft.com>
Date: Tue Jul 30 21:55:00 2002

> At 07:29 PM 7/30/2002 -0700, Fred Cisin (XenoSoft) wrote:
> >Can somebody more familiar with such confirm whether that is indeed
> >Richard Erlacher's machine that sent the following copy of Klez? (Headers
> >only follow)

On Tue, 30 Jul 2002, John Foust wrote:
> One trick of Klez is that it harvests e-mail addresses
> from your mailboxes and uses them to spoof the From: line,
> in order to make it seem (on casual inspection) that
> person has the virus. They don't. Someone who received
> mail from Erlacher (perhaps a list subscriber) has Klez.

NO. PLEASE look again. Dick's address is in the RETURN PATH line, NOT
the FROM line! It appears that Dick's computer is the one with
Klez, and it put a false FROM: of JPLCSCH_at_aol.com

MOST varieties of Klez put a bogus FROM:, but leave the
Return-Path: intact.

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