Question about MS Outlook 2002
Thread poster: Jackie Bowman

Jackie Bowman

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Jan 6, 2006

Folks,

This might be a stupid question. If it is, let me apologize in advance. I’d still appreciate your thoughts.

I use MS Outlook 2002 for email. If I have the ‘Preview Pane’ permanently ‘on’, is that the same as actually opening an email message? In other words, am I making myself vulnerable to malicious script by using the Preview Pane, or do I have to actually ‘open’ a message to activate an infection.

Thanks. JB.


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Fuad Yahya  Identity Verified
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The preview pane generally involves the same risk level as an open message Jan 7, 2006

Here is a link to some relevant information :

http://www.syngress.com/book_catalog/225_CyberCrime/sample.pdf

Here is the relevant passage:

"How to Protect Your E-Mail
To avoid the problems associated with modern e-mail programs, you might want to configure your e-mail client not to display a “preview pane” (which displays messages, including HTML messages, without you having to click on them to
open them), . . . "


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Jackie Bowman

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Many thanks Jan 8, 2006

Thanks a lot for the advice and useful link ...

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