[SpamCop-List] Re: Anyone come across those nasty WMFs?
nobody at xyzzy.claranet.de
Sat Dec 31 21:55:51 EST 2005
> I've heard that spammers are beginning to employ them,
> but haven't seen it personally.
I've read that the new "Google redirection greeting card"
crap tries this, but the one I got was already a dead
link. The link in my case ended with ".exe", so maybe
it wasn't a WMF.
If it was, then cutting the association for *.wmf won't
MS offers a hard way to deregister the broken DLL:
US-CERT mumbled something about a "file magic" (like MZ
for executable files or PK for ZIP), but apparently WMF
has no such magic, or I didn't get their idea.
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