GFI E-mail Test with F-prot
brose at MED.WAYNE.EDU
Sun Feb 3 18:38:07 GMT 2002
If you send just the ax.html file then the antivirus stuff get it's. So
the problem is only when linking to an outside source instead of
embedding it. Does anyone know if <iframe> or any <frame> marker would
be legit in an email message. I would only think they would show up if
some was forwarding an html web page and not a email composed in html.
From: Rose, Bobby
Sent: Sunday, February 03, 2002 12:54 PM
To: MAILSCANNER at JISCMAIL.AC.UK
Subject: Re: GFI E-mail Test with F-prot
Any ideas about this activex bugger?
In the message they have an IFRAME marker that sources
That page contains the code.
I'm trying to figure out how their content scanning would determine if
the message had executable code. Wouldn't it have to follow the links
embedded in every message or are they just removing any code that
sources an external source? If that's the case, what if it's a legit
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