I have been seeing malware a .doc "resumé" delivered by e-mail to the ClamXAV 
help desk several times a week recently.

-Al-

On Mon, Oct 29, 2018 at 10:08 AM, Jerry wrote:
> On Mon, 29 Oct 2018 12:33:19 -0400, Kris Deugau stated:
> 
>> Tilman Schmidt wrote:
>>> Am 26.10.18 um 15:34 schrieb Johnny Time:  
>>>> For exemple, we wanted to authorize only a white list which contains
>>>> *.doc,*.xls,*.pdf and ban the others extensions.  
>>> 
>>> Surely you meant to write "*.docx,*.xlsx,*.pdf"?
>>> *.doc and *.xls are the old, malware-prone MS-Office filetypes.
>>> You don't want to let those pass, at least not without rigorous
>>> examination.  
>> 
>> In my experience, the new ones aren't any better.
> 
> We have a a steady flow of "*.doc", "*.docx" "*.xlsx" and *.pdf" files
> exchanged with other offices. I have not seen a virus in any of them since
> 2010. Seems like you might be doing business with the wrong type of people.

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