Computer Security & Viruses/repetitive spam


I am having the same problem as addressed here:

A copy of the one I'm receiving is pasted below. I receive several of these every day and have been getting them for a couple of months.

Any suggestions on how to STOP these?


-------- Original Message --------
From:    - Tue Jan 15 22:04:00 2013
X-Account-Key:    account2
X-UIDL:    31861.Oku6UYs0VJYX1Rbag,7V+7vua6k=
X-Mozilla-Status:    0001
X-Mozilla-Status2:    00000000
Received:    from (LHLO ( by with LMTP; Tue, 15 Jan 2013 20:39:27 -0500 (EST)
Return-Path:    <>
X_CMAE_Category:    0,0 Undefined,Undefined
X-CNFS-Analysis:    v=2.0 cv=GvzACzJC c=1 sm=0 a=Z7GY-qdg-vYA:10 a=SdDKUxoxAAAA:8 a=iryB2iodMQl4oYC3yEUA:9 a=8n8gB33NDtcA:10 a=NWVoK91CQyQA:10 a=gCII6dnyiV+gIm6fKFr4hw==:117
X-CM-Score:    0
X-Scanned-by:    Cloudmark Authority Engine
Authentication-Results: smtp.mail=; spf=neutral; sender-id=neutral
Authentication-Results: header.from=; sender-id=neutral
Received-SPF:    neutral ( is neither permitted nor denied by domain of
Received:    from [] ([] by (envelope-from <>) (ecelerity r(39787)) with ESMTP id C6/8A-27132-FC406F05; Tue, 15 Jan 2013 20:39:27 -0500
content-Type:    text/html;
content-Transfer-Encoding:    7bit;
X-159:    fmBtZWFpaHB8SWF9YGYmYWp4
Message-Id:    <>
From:    <>
To:    <>
Subject:    ''
Mime-Version:    1.0
Date:    Tue, 15 Jan 2013 21:31:36 -0500

To Removeyour self pleasewrite to,
63 Est 11400 Sth ##255# Sandy.UT.84070
or visit here

I've don't have a way to test what I tell you because I'm not receiving them.  The simplest thing I suggest is blocking what comes from IPs and domains in the header.  I'm usually able to rely on Return-Path but it appears to be forged in these messages.

If the IP returned by doing s DNS lookup doesn't match the domain returned by RDNS, it may be forged.

Hopefully, your mail provider validates who the sender is.  If so, the real sender address should be somewhere in the header.

Please let me know how it goes for you if you dig deeper.

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