[svlug] [NAVMSE-CONGO@ananova.com: Norton AntiVirus quarantined an attachment in a message you sent.]
todd at mrball.net
Sat Jun 16 00:31:01 PDT 2001
Check it out. A plain text message using your standard non M$ friendly
reply string can cause a remote failure of their scanning software. For
completeness sake, it also had a link to a kernel traffic article (the
one where Andre Hedrick describes just exactly how bad WD hard drives
can screw with your system). Anybody mess with this NAV scanner?
How bad is a Scan Engine Failure? Did it choke on the mutt reply string
or on the URL (the URL page extension was .epl#2)
Do I feel bad? Guess...
----- Forwarded message from NAV for Microsoft Exchange-CONGO <NAVMSE-CONGO at ananova.com> -----
Date: Sat, 16 Jun 2001 07:13:20 +0100
From: "NAV for Microsoft Exchange-CONGO" <NAVMSE-CONGO at ananova.com>
X-Mailer: Internet Mail Service (5.5.2653.19)
To: "'Todd Lyons'" <todd at mrball.net>
Subject: Norton AntiVirus quarantined an attachment in a message you sent.
Recipient of the attachment: Steve Foster\Inbox
Subject of the message: Re: [reiserfs-list] CD-ROM messing Linux during initialization... long post...
One or more attachments were quarantined.
Attachment jose orlando t. ribeiro quotation: was Quarantined for the following reasons:
Scan Engine Failure (0xC009008F)
----- End forwarded message -----
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