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lourominas

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Hello

We have a need to block mail going inbound with links to .SCR or .EXE files (trojan install). Is there a way to do this with KMS or KWF?

Thanks, Claus
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vision100

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Content filtering > antivirus

deny transmission of the file

add scanning rule


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lourominas

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Ok, but I need solution for prevent and blocking emails with links to trojan.

Your solution is for transmission from trojan. Can you help me?

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vision100

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If u know the link u can deny the link but that
that is much work. Every link can be used to a
possible trojan.


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lourominas

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Yes, but can I use wildcard (*.exe or *.scr or .exe or .scr)??

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FRiC

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You can use wildcards. I have *.cab blocked which filters out many of those auto-installing adware. Of course, it also filters out things like Windows update, but I also don't want my users randomly installing updates...

You can also use the internal anti-virus scanning to scan all incoming files.
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lourominas

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Yes!!!

FRiC, thanks, I solved my problem with trojan.

[Updated on: Tue, 17 May 2005 16:13]

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