I know this is not something that we could easily ask SEI to implement, so it's more of a site moderation policy question. The post that inspired this question is here:
Though I haven't reviewed the file myself to know if these particular links fit my concerns, I think we really should have a general (no exceptions) policy about this.
The risk I foresee is that the capture files may contain sensitive personal or organizational information sent over the network in the clear, or in an easily recoverable format. While we obviously cannot be held responsible for the fact that the information was sent over any network in such form in the first place, or that it may exist in capture files uploaded to a third-party hosting site we don't control, or that links to the files are posted on our website, we may be criticized or acted upon (rightly or not) for allowing those links to remain unmoderated.
I suggest our policy be to remove such links on sight, but this is of course a policy that needs to be decided upon by the community - and, particularly, the "Blue Diamonds". Additionally, we should request (as was done not long ago in the case of a web vulnerability link) that SEI mods remove old edit history items which contain those links.
I've already removed the links from the post in question, here. However, they remain (for now) in the edit history in case this decision is reversed by the community and/or our "Blue Diamonds".