On 2002-10-03, 16:38:45 (+0000), Romek wrote:
> Hi list members,
> I had troubles with new Sanitizer 1.54 - my previous installed
> version was 1.44. I dropped vesrion 1.45 because of the same
> Recipients of sanitized messages got only part of the headers.
This is probably deliberate - the sanitizer is rewriting the headers to
try and ensure that they have known security properties. Certain unknown
MIME headers (Content-*) may be dropped since their security properties
are completely unknown (not mentioned in RFCs or handled by the
> After some testing it turned out that html documentation lacks
> some vital information.
> In Section
> The Anomy sanitizer is developed on a RedHat Linux system running Perl
> 5.005_03. Any newer version of Perl on a Unix platform should work fine.
> The sanitizer has very modest module requirements, and only needs the
> following Perl modules to be present on your system:
> which is not true: one need LWP::Simple and HTTP::Status
You only need these if you are using the F-Prot Antivirus daemon version,
and should only be activated if you pass sanitizer.pl the -fprotd flag.
If they are required in other circumstances, then I made a mistake in the
code which I need to fix.
Could you verify whether this is the case or not?
You are correct that the manual has lagged a bit behind the code
development - I just haven't had time to update it. Any
volunteers want to help?
> Bjarni while developing sanitizer does not remember which modules
> he is using and non developer probably has not these files in the
No, I was well aware of this... I just forgot to document it. :-/
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