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Sendmail gets the message from hackers
"The exploited code that we see is not in our (development) tree at all," said Eric Allman, chief technology officer of Sendmail Inc., which sells a version of the open-source e-mail server program, and a member of the Sendmail Consortium, the development group for the software. "It seemed to be going to the (Sendmail) host, but it was delivering a corrupted file that wasn't on our server anywhere."
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