[Mimedefang] HTML Mail / Active content filter
dianne at skoll.ca
Tue Apr 11 10:38:36 EDT 2023
On Tue, 11 Apr 2023 16:23:53 +0200
Florian Lohoff <f at zz.de> wrote:
I just checked my inbox. Email notifications from Airbnb use
However, if you want to do it, then blocking any HTML part with a
<script> tag in it should be all you need. This can easily be done with
> And after 3 Weeks of Downtime the mood is currently to even block
> all Microsoft Formats (docx, pptx, xlsx and the like) which
> we do right now.
That would *definitely* be a problem for me, but if it works for your
organization, then go for it!
> and PDF with active content.
Detecting active content in PDF is much trickier than detecting it in
HTML. I assume you could use PDF::API2 and rummage through the
objects in the PDF file, but I don't know how PDF::API2 returns
active content. You'd need to experiment.
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