UPDATE: Hat tip to Chris, KB3CS, who helped me create a proper SPF record for the NG3K Web system. This should make it considerably more difficult to spoof my email address (June 4, 2016)
I'm seeing evidence that one or more of my E-mail addresses is being forged to distribute spam and virus-containing E-mails. In addition, the ng3k.com domain has been extensively forged to distribute spam. Such forged messages may appear to come from [any name]@ng3k.com. Regretably, there is nothing I can do to eliminate this activity.
If you receive a message that comes from anyone other than "Bill" or "ng3k" at the ng3k.com domain, I did not send it. If you receive E-mail that appears to come from me at ng3k.com, cpcug.org, or his.com, please be very, very careful, especially if the message is large. I very rarely send E-mail with attachments and I almost never send large messages of any kind. If you receive an E-mail that appears to come from me and it:
Do not read it. Do not preview it.
I did not send it.
If you receive an E-mail that appears to come from me and is larger than a few thousand bytes, you should exercise extreme caution. There's a very good chance I did not send it. If you are in doubt, please send an E-mail to Bill@ng3k.com asking if it came from me.
Of course, you should never execute any programs embedded in E-mail anyway, but be especially vigilant if the message appears to come from me.
If you're interested in finding out more about computer viruses, I suggest you start with Anti-Virus' Homepage.
Updated: June 4, 2016