Links in {Disarmed} Messages Still Function

Ed Bruce ebruce at HPMICH.COM
Tue Aug 23 15:53:27 IST 2005

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Julian Field wrote:

> Yes, they should still work. Due to the nature of the problem,  
> identifying phishing attacks can never be totally free of false  
> alarms. So you need the original link to still work when that happens.
> On 23 Aug 2005, at 13:46, Daniel Straka wrote:
> >Should the web links in disarmed messages work? Mine do, what do I  
> >need
> >to do?
If I set:

Disarmed Modify Subject = yes

Is this only fired off for suspicious links or are there other HTML tags 
that are disarmed? I'm still trying to come up with a tag that doesn't 
alarm or confuse our PHB :)

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