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On-Premise Juniper ATP Appliance-MTA-Receiver Deployments

 

Juniper ATP Appliance MTA Receiver deployments collect emails from different servers including Office 365, Gmail and MS Exchange. It also supports any other email servers/anti-spam gateway that supports additional SMTP receivers for sending emails to the Juniper ATP

Appliance MTA Receiver (without adding any SMTP envelop headers to make the original email an attachment). The Juniper ATP Appliance admin must configure the supported servers (to direct the email stream to the Juniper ATP Appliance MTA Receiver) using the email address setup on the MTA Receiver (for example: CustomerX@MTA-IP or CustomerX@DomainName.

Juniper ATP Appliance’s On-Premise MTA Receiver extracts objects/URL links and submits them to the Juniper ATP Appliance Core for analysis. With multi-vector threat detection, if existing security infrastructure fails to detect a phishing link, Juniper ATP Appliance monitors the download from that link, detects the CnC callbacks caused by the download, correlates any lateral spread that the download can trigger, and blocks the threat with mitigation. Benefits include:

  • Visibility into email borne threats at high scale (2.4 Million emails/day)

  • Detection of Malicious Email Attachments and URL Links

  • Ability to quarantine malicious emails

Figure 1: Juniper ATP Appliance Email MTA-Receiver Deployment Options: (a) for Office 365 and Gmail Analysis
Juniper ATP Appliance Email MTA-Receiver Deployment
Options: (a) for Office 365 and Gmail Analysis
Figure 2: Juniper ATP Appliance Email MTA-Receiver Deployment Options:(b)
Juniper ATP Appliance Email MTA-Receiver Deployment
Options:(b)