Phishing detection gets confused by malformed HTML
john at TRADOC.FR
Thu Feb 17 09:55:16 GMT 2005
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Julian Field wrote:
> Try the attached patch for Message.pm.
That does the trick (allowing for a GIGO effect in the actual message
due to the malformed html).
If you have a bit more time for phishing mods, how about the two false
positive cases I reported in January?
> Click here to <a href="http://www.example.com/">visit www.example.com</a>
> <a href="http://www.example.com/">all about .net technology</a>
-- Over 2500 webcams from ski resorts around the world - www.snoweye.com
-- Translate your technical documents and web pages - www.tradoc.fr
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