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Hello All,

 

Where can I configure to check the files of compressed attachments that arrive in email?

For example, I receive a compressed file (.zip or .rar) by email. It contains an .exe file in compressed file which does not contain a virus, but I do not want to allow the .exe file to run.

What is the right solution?

 

Thank you for your reply.

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20 minutes ago, Legly said:

Where can I configure to check the files of compressed attachments that arrive in email?

For example, I receive a compressed file (.zip or .rar) by email. It contains an .exe file in compressed file which does not contain a virus, but I do not want to allow the .exe file to run.

What is the right solution?

This is not possible. The only way to do it would be creating a rule in ESET Mail Security for MS Exchange that would remove exe attachments.

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