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From: se_cur_ity at hotmail.com (morning_wood)
Subject: Re: [FD] FD should block attachments

> Since some folks presumably want to be able to send and receive the latest
> MS innovations and other attachments, why don't you just block whatever
> you don't want to receive? I certainly do.
> 

yes, exactly why is this concept so hard to get?
im presuming that the majority of complaintants
are either not very security minded to begin with,
or are complete n00bs ( joned the list cuz they
saw it was on CNN ). i like attatchments, whether
they are PoC, viri, worm, pdf, etc etc. i like the choice
to choose.
btw: i use Microsoft products [OE] to post to this list,
and have never got any "virus or worm" or anything
else i didnt want. and i do not run any AV nor filtering
nor firwall to this box. 
am i missing something here?
 because i realy do not see the issue.

morning_wood
http://exploitlabs.com 


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