The warning message would read as “there were some reasons why you might see “the message was blocked since its content presents a potential safety issue’ error in the Gmail. The Gmail would block the messages that might spread viruses like messages which include certain links or the executables files.”
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However, Google has recommended workarounds to share .js attachment files and has suggested the users do it via the use of Google Cloud Storage, GoogleDrive, or through other storage mediums to send or share such types of data.
Google had also listed some of its reasons why it had blocked the use of individual attachment files that including it’s compressed form like .bz2 or .gz files or when those files were found within archives like .zip or .tgz files as they might be the documents which contain the malicious macros.
Google has also blocked the archive files whose listed file content was protected by a password or whose content includes any password protected archive file.