DeepArmor protects against malicious Windows executables. DeepArmor’s training includes malware that calls external malicious scripts or Java applets; therefore, DeepArmor will block detected malware similar to those in the training set. However, if DeepArmor doesn’t block such a Windows executable, DeepArmor would not detect or block any malicious script or Java applet launched by that executable at this time. This may be a feature on a future release.
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- How to Whitelist Symantec Antivirus
- How to Whitelist Mcafee Antivirus
- How to Whitelist Microsoft Windows Defender
- Does DeepArmor Pickup Macros Running on the Computer in Real Time?
- How to Whitelist Folders on DeepArmor
- How do I uninstall DeepArmor from a Mac
- Deploying DeepArmor clients via CLI / Terminal
- Setting New Device Policy and Device Group
- How do I permanently black/whitelist a threat?
- How to restore a Quarantined File