[Mimedefang] Anyone know anything about "maileet"?

WBrown at e1b.org WBrown at e1b.org
Wed Nov 5 11:57:15 EST 2003

>From the FAQ at http://www.maileet.com/faq.html#mailclient:

I accidentally left my mail client open and it downloaded some of Maileet 
segments, what to do?
Hopefully we will soon automate the solution to this problem but for now 
all you can do is forward the email to your address again and make sure 
Maileet is open and working in receive mode. In order for Maileet to 
recognize that the mail is a Maileet segment, make sure that the title 
shows: "Maileet Segment - Delete Me" and the body of the mail is the same 
as when you received it.
(end )

If they mean subject where they say "title", then it should be easy to 

Does anyone else suspect this "Free" software is loaded w/ spyware?


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a brick thrown through a window isn't publication.

William Brown
Email/Internet Services
Erie 1 BOCES

mimedefang-bounces at lists.roaringpenguin.com wrote on 11/04/2003 05:18:26 

> Greetings:
> I saw a question in another security group about a program called 
"maileet" (
> http://www.maileet.com/) that poses some interesting filtering and 
> security questions. The product claims to be able to send executable
> code that will bypass any firewall or mail filter by segmenting and 
> encrypting it.
> Any idea how to detect and/or block stuff sent via "maileet"?
> Sincerely,
> Jon R. Kibler
> Chief Technical Officer
> A.S.E.T., Inc.
> Charleston, SC  USA
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