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On email, file types frequently used for malware to be blocked

Starting Monday, May 23, 2016, in order to better protect Cornell's community against malicious email attachments that often pose as something legitimate, the IT Security Office has requested that a list of file types most often used to deliver malware be blocked from Cornell’s email systems. This...

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