Microsloth security update worm not being caught!

David Sullivan David.Sullivan at BARNET.AC.UK
Thu Mar 7 16:33:23 GMT 2002

On 7 Mar 2002 at 11:14, Rose, Bobby wrote:
> But are you guys restricting exe's?  I saw the same thing but
> Mailscanner stopped it only because it was an exe and that's in my
> restricted attachment list.
If that were the case you wouldn't get the ">>> Virus" bit as shown below since
this is an indication from the virus scanner that it has found the virus shown.

Unacceptable attachments should generate an message indicating that the file
extension is on a list of unacceptable attachments.

> >Report: >>> Virus 'W32/Gibe-A' found in file ./AAA17266/q216309.exe
> >--
> >MailScanner
> >Email Virus Scanner

David Sullivan        IT Services, Barnet College, London
                            David.Sullivan at barnet.ac.uk
                            020 8275 5036

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