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  • Farabomb
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Infected PDFs
I know we should all be smart enough to not open unknown attachments.

I also know how ignorant CSR's and salesmen can be. Watch out for these.
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Re: Infected PDFs
Reply #1
All of them I get are infected with stupidty. >:(
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Re: Infected PDFs
Reply #2
This happened at my old shop. One week into my 2-weeks-notice before moving to my current shop, everyone in the sales/accounting departments were getting these. I was also the IT guy so I spent my last week cleaning up machines. That stuff is seriously hard to clear.

Re: Infected PDFs
Reply #3
How many times do I have to tell these yunguns...


PitStop Server or Pro with an action list to remove attachments before incoming files are eyeballed!

Or even Acrobat Pro with a JavaScrip to remove attachments, or Denebu, or...

Re: Infected PDFs
Reply #4
I didn't realise pdfs could be infected.

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Re: Infected PDFs
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If there's anything that currently can't, someone will find a way.
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