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Re: Call for Papers, 2014 Symposium on Protocols and Rules for Security (SPRS2014)
Oct 28 2013 12:15PM
Brandon Butterworth (brandon rd bbc co uk)
> <td style="PADDING-BOTTOM: 5px; LINE-HEIGHT: 22px;
> PADDING-LEFT: 5px; PADDING-RIGHT: 5px; FONT-FAMILY: Times New
> Roman; COLOR: #2b2b2b; FONT-SIZE: 19px; PADDING-TOP: 5px"
> align="left"><p style="line-height:23px;font-size:20px;">Dear
> Colleagues,</p> <p>We would like to cordially invite you to
> submit or recommend papers to 2014 Symposium on Protocols and
> Rules for Security (SPRS2014)!
May I suggest
rule 1. Don't send html only email
rule 2. Don't render html email unless you're sure it's what it claims
to be and you are sure it is safe. Actually just don't, you know
someone in your organisation will get phished, putting others at risk.
Just strip the html at your MTA, you can do this because of rule 1.
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