Gary, I do believe that messages that have been re-queued do not get scanned a second time. If they did, you would never be able to re-queue anything since it would be continually caught.
Dean On 5/18/06, Gary Steiner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Back on May 9 my server was hit by the Feebs virus. I am using F-Prot, which did not detect it. But I am using "BANEXT hta" which caught it. Two days ago I upgraded to SmarterMail 3.1 and Declude 4.2.3. Among other things, I've been looking at the addition of AVG to Declude. I noticed that F-Prot still doesn't detect that version of the Feebs virus, but AVG does. So I thought I would test it. I still have a copy of the virus I received on May 9, so I requed it unchanged and unrenamed to let it got through the new Declude to see what would happen. To my surprise it was delivered! No new Declude headers were added to the message. Though SmarterMail did modify it because it detected it as spam. I checked the virus logs (LOGLEVEL set to HIGH) and there was no listing at all for this message. Naturally I am now quite nervous. Why did this happen? Have any other Feebs viruses slipped through? Unfortunately the eicar tests don't have an hta to use, so the only way I have to test this is with a live virus. The Feebs virus isn't one of the more common ones, but all it takes is one to get through to spoil the day of one of my customers. Gary Steiner --- This E-mail came from the Declude.Virus mailing list. To unsubscribe, just send an E-mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED], and type "unsubscribe Declude.Virus". The archives can be found at http://www.mail-archive.com.
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