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About the Antivirus Profiles Page

 

To access this page, select Configuration > Unified Threat Mgmt > Antivirus Profiles in Customer Portal.

Use the Antivirus Profiles page to view and manage antivirus profiles. Antivirus profiles enable you to inspect files transmitted over several protocols (HTTP, FTP upload and download, IMAP, SMTP, and POP3) to determine whether the files exchanged are known malicious files, similar to how desktop antivirus software scans files for the same purpose.

Tasks You Can Perform

You can perform the following tasks from this page:

  • Create an antivirus profile—See Creating Antivirus Profiles.

  • Edit, clone, or delete an antivirus profile—See Editing, Cloning, and Deleting Antivirus Profiles.

  • Clear the selected antivirus profiles—Click Clear All Selections to clear any antivirus profiles that you might have selected.

  • View the details of an antivirus profile—Select the antivirus profile for which you want to view the details and from the More or right-click menu, select Detailed View. The Antivirus Profile Details page appears. Table 2 describes the fields on this page.

  • Search for antivirus profiles by using keywords—Click the search icon and enter the search term in the text box and press Enter. The search results are displayed on the same page.

Field Descriptions

Table 1 describes the fields on the Antivirus Profiles page.

Table 1: Antivirus Profiles Page Fields

Field

Description

Name

Name of the antivirus profile.

Profile Type

Type of engine used for the profile.

Content Size Limit

Content size limit, in kilobytes, refers to accumulated TCP payload size.

Trickling Timeout

Number of seconds to wait for a response from the server.

Description

Description of the antivirus profile.

Table 2: Antivirus Profiles Details Page Fields

Field

Description

General Information

Name

Name of the antivirus profile.

Description

Description of the antivirus profile.

Engine Type

Type of engine used for the profile.

Scan Options

Content Size Limit

Content size limit, in kilobytes, refers to accumulated TCP payload size.

Fallback Options

Default Action

Displays the default fallback action taken when the antivirus system encounters errors.

Content Size

Displays the actions taken if the content size exceeds a set limit.

Engine Error

Displays the action taken when an engine error occurs.

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