[Esa-l]Bug report or just a feature ?
brent.w at infosynergy.com.au
Tue Jul 31 01:29:05 PDT 2001
The number of "." in the file name is the problem.
A common method of attack is to hide an executable behind a "valid"
Hope it helps
From: esa-l-admin at spconnect.com [mailto:esa-l-admin at spconnect.com]On Behalf
Of Zilvinas Atkociunas
Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2001 6:28 PM
To: esa-l at spconnect.com
Subject: [Esa-l]Bug report or just a feature ?
REPORT: Trapped poisoned Microsoft attachment
REPORT: Not a document, or already poisoned by filename. Not scanned for
STATUS: Message quarantined in /var/spool/mail/quarantine, not delivered to
This type of file makes procmail rules to move it to quarantine instead of
not doing so (because *.xls type of file is not in my poisoned files list).
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