Checking Suspected E-Mails
Kaplan, Andrew H.
AHKAPLAN at PARTNERS.ORG
Mon Jun 19 16:48:24 IST 2006
The report that I am seeing is the following:
MailScanner: Files containing CLSID's are trying to hide their real type
If the resumes were sent as HTML files, it is possible they are innocuous.
Still, it probably would be better to have the sender resend them in a format
other than HTML. Your thoughts?
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[mailto:mailscanner-bounces at lists.mailscanner.info] On Behalf Of Julian Field
Sent: Monday, June 19, 2006 11:36 AM
To: MailScanner discussion
Subject: Re: Checking Suspected E-Mails
The useful information is in the Attachment-Warning.txt attachment that has been
attached to his message, in replacement of the original file.
Read *all* of it.
On 19 Jun 2006, at 16:26, Kaplan, Andrew H. wrote:
Hi there -
One of users of our server received several e-mails indicating that a "Bad
Filename was Detected". The e-mails in question
were resumes that were sent to him from a recruiting company. The user has asked
if there is a way to determine if the
e-mails are truly suspect.
What would be the best way to determine this? Thanks.
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