Mail::SpamAssassin::Plugin::OLEVBMacro(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation Mail::SpamAssassin::Plugin::OLEVBMacro(3)

Mail::SpamAssassin::Plugin::OLEVBMacro - search attached documents for evidence of containing an OLE Macro

loadplugin Mail::SpamAssassin::Plugin::OLEVBMacro
ifplugin Mail::SpamAssassin::Plugin::OLEVBMacro
  body     OLEMACRO eval:check_olemacro()
  describe OLEMACRO Attachment has an Office Macro
  body     OLEMACRO_MALICE eval:check_olemacro_malice()
  describe OLEMACRO_MALICE Potentially malicious Office Macro
  body     OLEMACRO_ENCRYPTED eval:check_olemacro_encrypted()
  describe OLEMACRO_ENCRYPTED Has an Office doc that is encrypted
  body     OLEMACRO_RENAME eval:check_olemacro_renamed()
  describe OLEMACRO_RENAME Has an Office doc that has been renamed
  body     OLEMACRO_ZIP_PW eval:check_olemacro_zip_password()
  describe OLEMACRO_ZIP_PW Has an Office doc that is password protected in a zip
  body     OLEMACRO_CSV eval:check_olemacro_csv()
  describe OLEMACRO_CSV Malicious csv file that tries to exec cmd.exe detected
  body     OLEMACRO_DOWNLOAD_EXE eval:check_olemacro_download_exe()
  describe OLEMACRO_DOWNLOAD_EXE Malicious code inside the Office doc that tries to download a .exe file detected
endif

This plugin detects OLE Macro inside documents attached to emails. It can detect documents inside zip files as well as encrypted documents.

This plugin requires Archive::Zip and IO::String perl modules.

The following options can be used in both site-wide ("local.cf") and user-specific ("user_prefs") configuration files to customize how the module handles attached documents

Configure the maximum number of matching MIME parts the plugin will scan
Configure the maximum number of matching zip members the plugin will scan
Depth to recurse within Zip files
Scan more files for potential macros, the "olemacro_skip_exts" parameter will still be honored. This parameter is off by default, this option is needed only to run "eval:check_olemacro_renamed" rule. If this is turned on consider adjusting values for "olemacro_num_mime" and "olemacro_num_zip" and prepare for more CPU overhead
Choose if the content-disposition header filename be preferred if ambiguity is encountered whilst trying to get filename
Configure the largest file that the plugin will decode from the MIME objects
Set the case-insensitive regexp used to configure the extensions the plugin targets for macro scanning
Set the case-insensitive regexp used to configure the extensions the plugin treats as containing a macro
Set the case-insensitive regexp used to configure extensions for the plugin to skip entirely, these should only be guaranteed macro free files
Set the case-insensitive regexp used to configure content types for the plugin to skip entirely, these should only be guaranteed macro free
Set the case-insensitive regexp used to configure extensions for the plugin to target as zip files, files listed in configs above are also tested for zip
2022-05-29 perl v5.36.0