Release Notes: Now detects and truncates "Subject:" headers longer then 250 characters, to protect Outlook Express users. VCF and NWS added to the default MANGLE_EXTENSIONS list. Only defangs HTML in message body, to avoid defanging email addresses like "< email@example.com >". Changed macro scanner to allow detailed reporting of what it finds; if you add SCORE_DETAILS=YES to your sanitizer configuration, the sanitizer will now tell you why it is considering a document to be poisoned. Modified macro score logging to include the recipient name. Changed default filename to "default.txt" to try to force Windows to treat it safely. Fixed the REPORT bug from 1.128.
Release Notes: This release added default poisoning of the application/x-msdownload MIME type in response to a new worm. Full MIME-type poisoning support will be available shortly. This release was accelerated for security reasons.
Release Notes: The unrar executable check was fixed to not test for unrar if RAR scanning is already explicitly disabled by $DISABLE_RAR_SCAN. Recipient notification now works when sanitizing on a relay (e.g. in front of an Exchange server).
Release Notes: RAR archive scanning and the ability to mangle or poison WMF image files were added.
Release Notes: This release fixes bugs in scanning of multi-layered MIME attachments, and an infinite loop on certain MIME boundary strings.
Release Notes: Scanning of JPEG attachments to detect Microsoft BO attempts was added. A minor bugfix was made in .ZIP and document scanning.