Now move the slider to select what risk level of executables you want
to let through:
High Security: Quarantines almost all executables. If the
executable contains any signature it will get quarantined.
Medium Security: Quarantines suspicious executables. If the
executable contains 1 high risk signature or a combination of high
risk and low risk signatures it will get quarantined.
Low Security: Quarantines executables which are most probably
malicious. If the executable contains at least 1 high risk signature
it will get quarantined.
Skip attachment checking
If an executable is quarantined because of its risk level, the
administrator must approve or reject the executable. You can
configure GFI MailSecurity to then bypass the attachment checking
module, in order to avoid the file being quarantined again. To do this,
tick the check box next to `Skip Attachment checking if the executable
Trojan & Executable scanner update settings
Configuring Trojan & exe scanner definition updates
You can configure the Trojan & Executable Scanner to automatically
download new updates as they come available. This can be
configured from the updates tab of the Trojan and Executable scanner
properties dialog. To access this dialog right click on the Trojan &
Executable Scanner node, right click and select properties.
To enable checking for updates, ensure that the `Automatically check
for updates option is ticked'. You can then choose to automatically
download the updates or just be notified when new updates are
The Trojan & Executable Scanner