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# Carbon sender impersonation [https://rt-solutions.de/en/2017/01/cve-2017-5589_xmpp_carbons/ CVE-2017-5589]  
# Carbon sender impersonation [https://rt-solutions.de/en/2017/01/cve-2017-5589_xmpp_carbons/ CVE-2017-5589]  
# MAM impersonation: a <message> from a remote JID containing a <result> with a wrapped <message>
# MAM impersonation: a <message> from a remote JID containing a <result> with a wrapped <message>
# Impersonation via XEP-0297 Stanza Forwarding:
# Impersonation via XEP-0297 Stanza Forwarding: Similar to the MAM impersonation but with a top-level <forward> element. Clients are supposed to clearly indicate that a message has been forwarded. Misbehaving clients might instead show the forwarded message as if it came from that person. There's also zero guarantee that a forwarded message is not in fact a forgery.
Similar to the MAM impersonation but with a top-level <forward> element.
Clients are supposed to clearly indicate that a message has been forwarded.
Misbehaving clients might instead show the forwarded message as if it came from that person.
There's also zero guarantee that a forwarded message is not in fact a forgery.


= Multi User Chats =
= Multi User Chats =
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