Posted 30 January 2008 - 09:20 AM
Obviously any ".exe" files. But then you can get infections from just about any kind of file, even jpeg.s or Word doc.s if someone is malicious enough to send it to you.
A better approach, it seems to me, is to allow your resident real-time AV to catch malicious attachments, and even more importantly to be extremely cautious about E-mails that either have attachments or come from an unknown source or from a known source for no reason.
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