[Dshield] Delayed Attachment Delivery?

John Hardin johnh at aproposretail.com
Sun Feb 29 20:02:47 GMT 2004


On Sat, 2004-02-28 at 08:43, Lewis Wolfgang wrote:
> Double-extent filenames would be rejected right away,
> as would filetypes on a "reject" policy list.  All
> others with executable content would be sent to the
> delay-queue.  Then, zipped files would be unpacked
> and if found to contain executables would also be placed
> in the delayed-delivery queue.

My sanitizer can do most of this, if you consider a quarantine to be a
"delayed-delivery" queue...

<plug>
http://www.impsec.org/email-tools/procmail-security.html
</plug>

ZIP scanning will be released as stable in a couple of days.

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