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In this article I am describing how to identify PHP scripts that are being used for email spamming through a Postfix mail server on an Debian based server. I just recognized last week an unnormal high workload on my server, causing the fast-cgi PHP instances not working well anymore. There was a noticeable delivery of HTTP 500 error
To be enabled to gather information about PHP emailing scripts on your server, you can add two lines to your main php.ini: [crayon-5a90e00e3cef3725297341/] Restart your webserver after changing the php.ini. First parameter is adding a "X-PHP-Originating-Script:" information to the mail header, stating the user name an script name sending the mail. The second one is