Score on attachments
alex at vidadigital.com.pa
Fri Jun 27 18:07:31 IST 2014
It may be possible that he's skipping scanning on certain users out of
convenience, but opening the door to trojans in the process.
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On Fri, Jun 27, 2014 at 10:35 AM, Paul A Sand <pas at unh.edu> wrote:
> * Max Kipness <max at inmindlabs.com> [2014-06-27 11:15]:
> > I sometimes get spam with attachments that are usually SCR files. For
> > example just a few minutes ago I received about 401k fund
> > participants/performance. Everything on my MailScanner system is setup
> > correctly. I'm using Bayes (manual), Razor, Pyzor, DCC, custom rules,
> > you name it. So this message received a Bayes 999, which is correct. But
> > nothing else was triggered. I'm looking at some type of custom rule, but
> > I sure would be nice if we could score on an attachment present in
> > general, or certain extensions like an SCR. Or if we could score on the
> > fact that the message was caught by MailScanner with an attachment
> > warning.
> It’s been awhile since I looked at this, but I was under the impression
> that this was covered by normal, uncustomized, rules:
> 1) MailScanner.conf has
> Filename Rules = %etc-dir%/filename.rules.conf
> 2) filename.rules.conf has
> deny \.scr$ Possible virus hidden in a screensaver Windows
> Screensavers are often used to hide viruses
> But you say that everything is set up correctly, so I’m almost certainly
> missing something.
> -- Paul A Sand <pas at unh.edu>
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