The program "incredimail" generates subjects, in certain cases, ended with
"0D 0A 09 0D 0A." These messages are captured by Declude virus like "Outlook
'Blank Folding' Vulnerability". I want to send a letter requesting to
technical support solve this problem, but I really do not see the point
3.2.3 in RFC 822 indicating that this is not allowed.
Mon Mariola, S.L.
From Declude manual:
Outlook 'Blank Folding' Vulnerability: This vulnerability occurs when there
is a line in the headers with just a single space or a single tab character.
Outlook can treat this as the end of the headers, allowing it to see a virus
that is embedded in the headers. RFC822 3.2.3 says that it is not valid to
have such lines, nor is there any legitimate reason for an E-mail to contain
a blank line in the headers with a single space or tab (note that it is OK
to have a line with a single space or tab in the E-mail body, just not the
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