Why do filenames with a large number of <CR>s seem to bypass GMS Anti-Virus?

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There was a problem in build 3037 regarding filenames with a large number of <CR>s in the filename being able to get past virus checking.

This has now been fixed and files with a large number of <CR> characters in the file name are correctly caught. In addition to this we have added an extra layer of file name checking to ensure all files are correctly caught.

To enable the capture of filenames with a large number of <CR>s in them, please check the link below on editing system variables. You will need to select the "EnforceCRLF" entry and give it a new value of "2" (without quotes).

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