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SalaTar

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According to norton Corp the Kerio Mcafee 4358/4.2.60 is letting this though the mail server (W32.Netsky.P<at>mm!enc).
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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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SalaTar wrote on Fri, 07 May 2004 13:41

According to norton Corp the Kerio Mcafee 4358/4.2.60 is letting this though the mail server (W32.Netsky.P<at>mm!enc).


Could you post here more info about this ?

Petr Dobry
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SalaTar

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Just as it sounds.
Mcafee scan is letting these emails to be sent.

[Updated on: Fri, 07 May 2004 17:31]

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Yes, that's because you are running an old version of KMS, which uses an old McAfee engine. The most recent versions catch password-protected email viruses. Upgrading should solve your problem.

Provided that your subscription is still valid, upgrades are free and painless.

-Max

Maxwell Kanat-Alexander
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bronco

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Max,

if you say that he is running an old version 4.2.60 of the engine than people with your firewall software have the same issue. Because the FW IS using 4358/4.2.60.

Does this mean people have a problem with the FW?

I decided to copy the the dll's from KMS directory into the FW directory and the FW is now running with the latest version as well.

René.
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Yes. Version 6 of the firewall also uses the latest engine. Version 6 is in public beta at the moment, but it should be finalized Sometime Very Soon. However, it is rare to get new viruses like Netsky or Bagle through HTTP/FTP, so KWF users are in almost no danger; the difference between the old engine and the new engine for them is minimal.

-Max

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