Re: Delphi Blogsphere
Date: Wed, 1 Sep 2004 15:53:21 -0500
"Marco Caspers" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> 5. Text only is not vulnerable for the viri, spyware and other baddies
> that can be hidden in HTML files.
This is not true. MIME attachments are text only, not HTML, and they can
easily contain viruses, spyware, etc.
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Everything contained in this post that is not quoted from others, is merely
an opinion. It may be a well-informed opinion motivated by an uncanny grasp
of facts and amazingly well-formulated theories, but it remains opinion
nevertheless. I speak for nobody but myself, and even then I may get it
wrong from time to time.
- Re: Spyware, Viruses via HTML in Email
... "mobile code", instead of spyware. ... mention all the Security Vulnerabilities uncovered in IE in the last year. ... I never use an Admin account to surf the wild wild web. ... I had a feeling that HTML in an email was just as risky as visiting a web ...
- Re: Perl DBI Module: SQL query where there is space in field name
... there is no reason to open let alone save the garbage part this way at ... simply ignore than huge pile of utterly useless HTML crap. ... huge amount of total crap and thus causes negativity - as I can see ... that is indeed my opinion on this case of the meaning for "my way". ...
- Re: winupd.dll error
... script and b) many newsreaders cannot handle it well (some see it as added ... Winupd.dll is associated with spyware programs and viruses. ... downloads, attached to e-mails, or transmitted through networks so it can ... And in html for a newsreader that can't decipher it: ...
- Re: Event Handling via CSS
... Ask your fellow jQuery mavens. ... html, that responds for the vast majority of living websites. ... XHTML served as HTML is not "current web technology", ... About not being "too hot" with HTML, that's a personal opinion. ...
- Re: winupd.dll error
... 2004 Windows MVP "Winny" Award ... "Michael D. Alligood" wrote in message ... >> Winupd.dll is associated with spyware programs and viruses. ... >> And in html for a newsreader that can't decipher it: ...