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    How to turn Document to trusted? CDR Content Disarm And Reconstruction?

    by panes-rubrics ·

    Does Microsoft, which is my work preferred Vendor, have a Enterprise solution similar to CDR ? (Which is described in Wikipedia it can remove all malicious Content).
    I asked because of my understanding as follows:
    1. Pictures are considered Active Content
    2. Microsoft Application Guard
    – increase Computer load.
    – available only on certain CPUs
    – impose limitation what can be done to a document
    – not default setting of Windows

    Please correct me if wrong, applying CDR to a document free me to use it as trusted document.
    Quote from MS Community “Microsoft Edge. The best you can do is disable JavaScript execution while you view PDF files within Edge”

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      “Pictures are considered Active Content”

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to How to turn Document to trusted? CDR Content Disarm And Reconstruction?

      That’s incredible. That alone would obliterate every product manual I’ve written since about the mid 1980’s.

      Who came up with this idea?

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        What I found that alert me Pictures are Active Content?

        by panes-rubrics ·

        In reply to “Pictures are considered Active Content”

        Thanks for your comment, please review my finding as follows:
        as per Microsoft Support:
        Active content types in your files
        Active content is additional functionality in a file or program, such as macros, add-ins, or data connections. This article lists types of active content that can be blocked by settings in Trust Center and which, when present in a document, cause display of the Message Bar when you open your file.

        Types of active content

        The following kinds of external content are linked externally to the file or are embedded, and they are blocked:
         Linked object linking and embedded (OLE) files
         Color-theme files
         Cascading style sheet (CSS) files
         XML expansion packs
         Links to external pictures
         Media files
         Real-time data servers
         XML manifests
         Smart documents

        What Are Media File Formats? (
        Commonly Used Digital Media File Formats
        • Photo File Formats: JPEG, GIF, PNG, TIFF, BMP

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