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> Behalf Of Miles Sabin
> Sent: Thursday, September 12, 2002 12:10 PM
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> Subject: [SAtalk] Seen on BugTraq: Bypassing SMTP Content Protection
> Potentially exploitable by the opposition I'd imagine,
To sum up the targets as per the article, the possibly affected are:
Any email filtering, virus checking, and content checking mechanism that
is unable to assemble a fragmented email to its complete form.
So, I guess the question is this: does a solution like
qmail/vpopmail/qmail-scanner assemble the email before it drops it into
the virtual user's mailbox? Seems like it *would* but I haven't looked
much into it.
Look out for micro-spam...coming at us in small bits ;)