Do you have problems with mailing list malware? Computer viruses, Trojan horses, and worms (collectively called malware) are bad for computers. Because they can delete or corrupt files on your hard disk, intercept your bank account password when you login, or turn your computer into a zombie that is controlled by somebody else remotely.
Not only do you not want malware on your computer, you don’t want to send it to anybody on your list of subscribers either.
Mailing list malware can be spread via email attachments. We have had viruses in PDF’s, MS Word Documents, executable programs, Flash videos, pictures, music, and about any other file type that you can think of. The computer virus scanners currently know about more than 1 million different computer viruses.
HTML email can also allow linking to websites that contain the malware. The program was not downloaded inside the email, but brought in from the remote server. This type of malware is called cross-site scripting.
Plain text email cannot, and never has been used to send a computer virus. So if you only send plain text email, then you will never spread computer malware, even if your own computer is infected. (See other reasons to use plain text email.)
Mail-list.com only sends plain text email, but does allow attachments to be included. Our system scans any attachments with two different virus scanners, to insure that we never ever spread mailing list malware.
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