One website was hacked and was being used to send spam emails. Sendmail was making the server to halt because of high load!
After cleaning up the site and installing a Malware detector (maldet) I had to delete the messages from the sendmail queue so the server didnt kept getting a high load.
I created this simple bash script to work it out. Obviously you need to uncomment the rm command to make it work.
#!/bin/bash ls -1 | while read fn do if grep -E -q "Wrestling|Asian|pharma|sucking|masturbates|bondage|medic|experience|antidote|poison|presence|jerking|blowjob|boobies|mature|teen|loaded|virgin|noblefox.net|dong|hungers|brainwashing|heartfelt|slave|russian|mistress" "$fn" then if [[ "$fn" != "remove.sh" ]] then echo "would delete $fn" # rm $fn fi fi done