Microsoft added to its list of file extensions Outlook will block as attachments–the number is up to 142 (here’s the list). Files with these extensions, they assert, are prone to being weaponized and used to transmit malicious code to infect the recipient’s device. The ban is in place to protect “you and your recipients against computer viruses.” Continue reading “Microsoft Blocks 142 Potentially Malicious File Extensions”
Microsoft expanded the list of file extensions Outlook will block as attachments. How that doesn’t make anything safer.