|Summary:||HTML_FONT_LOW_CONTRAST not being checked for td/tr/th if style attribute exists for these elements|
|Component:||Rules||Assignee:||SpamAssassin Developer Mailing List <dev>|
|Severity:||normal||CC:||apache, jad, jakebaugh800, kmcgrail|
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Description JDunphy 2017-06-29 03:00:11 UTC
Created attachment 5453 [details] patch -p0 patch.txt Enclosed is a tiny patch to HTML.pm It is to accommodate changes in the HTML standard as it relates to inline style. Specifically, inline style was not being parsed because the only allowed attribute for td/tr/th were bgcolor. The standard allows for style. Without this, rules like the HTML_FONT_LOW_CONTRAST were not being checked. Saw some spam today getting around that check. Spam contained the following pattern but didn't trigger HTML_FONT_LOW_CONTRAST <table align="center" border="0" cellpadding="10" cellspacing="0" width="100%"> <tbody> <tr> <td align="center" style="font-size: 10.17px; font-family:Copperplate,'Copperplate Gothic Light',fantasy; background-color:#737373; color:#737373;">elected on just 777 votes from an electoral ... ... ... </tr> </tbody> </table>
Comment 1 JDunphy 2017-07-02 01:45:11 UTC
Created attachment 5454 [details] patch -p0 < patch.txt First patch wasn't general enough... This works better with a few other cases.
Comment 2 JDunphy 2017-07-18 21:56:52 UTC
Created attachment 5457 [details] patch -p0 < patch.txt Continuing and fixing problems related to colors and inheritance of color. Probably best to wait as we locate more problems. At this point, we have html_font_low_contrast working much better without the previous false positives that existed because of updates to the style standards. This will not be the last patch from what we have seen in the code.
Comment 3 Karsten Bräckelmann 2017-08-24 10:39:24 UTC
Thanks, Jad. Incorporated the parts about handling inline style attributes in table and anchor tags. Committed to trunk and stable 3.4 branch. Sending SpamAssassin/HTML.pm Committed revision 1806019. Sending SpamAssassin/HTML.pm Committed revision 1806020. Ignoring whitespace changes, the remaining bits in attachment 5457 [details] need more polish first.
Comment 4 Kevin A. McGrail 2018-08-29 01:47:14 UTC
JDunphy, can you submit an ICLA https://bz.apache.org/SpamAssassin/show_bug.cgi?id=7443 so we can consider this code?
Comment 5 JDunphy 2018-08-29 11:07:17 UTC
Cla received, thank you.
Comment 6 Kevin A. McGrail 2018-08-29 11:09:35 UTC
Sorry, was fixing his account. CLA received, thanks!
Comment 7 Kevin A. McGrail 2018-09-05 11:58:52 UTC
Pushing to 3.4.3. KB's comments, off bz agree with mine: These would be my current objections: - The (background)?-?color change is not correct, obvious intention was to make the hyphen optional, so /(bg-?)?c/ nested. If leaving out the hyphen is abuseable at all and some renderers do accept it. - The "protecting from word values" should be a non-issue. The immediately following regex test for $value does the same. - The code with the "# repetitive from above -- need to collapse logic" comment is self-explaining, why my comment was "needs polish". No argument what it does and why it is necessary in the report, either. - The code change of setting $new right after the comment that it's getting set below is icky. If correct at all, it misses to adjust the comments. In other words, still needs polish. Or an explanation...
Comment 8 Kevin A. McGrail 2019-06-17 23:12:17 UTC
This code appears to be committed. Karsten, is it production ready for 3.4.3 release? Or does it need to be uncommitted and moved to 4.0.0? Moving back to 3.4.3 blocker.
Comment 9 Henrik Krohns 2019-06-18 06:34:15 UTC
(In reply to Kevin A. McGrail from comment #8) > This code appears to be committed. Karsten, is it production ready for > 3.4.3 release? Or does it need to be uncommitted and moved to 4.0.0? > > Moving back to 3.4.3 blocker. Only the simple part was committed and is already in 3.4.2 production, there's nothing to roll back. Only additional stuff to polish and commit as per your last comment.
Comment 10 Kevin A. McGrail 2019-06-18 12:13:38 UTC
Comment 11 Eric Baugh 2020-09-21 16:10:16 UTC
I've tried the following lines on my website https://www.coinmasterspinlinks.com/ where I used the <table><tr><td></td></tr></table> method with a bit of css in it. I've also added a button that stores the cookies so when a user clicks on it and remains on the same session, he will be seen a pushed button instead of the normal one. <table class="table table-responsive"> <tbody> <tr> <td>element 1</td> <td><a class="btn btn-sm" href="link">Collect</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td>element 1</td> <td><a class="btn btn-sm" href="link">Collect</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td>element 1</td> <td><a class="btn btn-sm" href="link">Collect</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td>element 1</td> <td><a class="btn btn-sm" href="link">Collect</a></td> </tr> </table> hope this helps