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BrunoMoniz
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what means #.TC.a or &amp.TC.a on the Anti Bot and Anti Virus Protections List

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Hello everyone,

I have a cluster of 5000 appliances with R80.20 and I can't seem to find any information about a Anti Bot and Anti Virus Protections list item. What means the #.TC or &amp.TC or -.TC on the list? Is some kind of expression or is the exact name of the protection?

 

Also, I'm getting a protection name Adwre.TC.a (yes, it's Adwre) and can't find it on the list to create a rule with prevent.

Any Thoughts?

 

Best regards,

Bruno Moniz

 

 

 

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_Val_
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.TC is the common designator for Trojan control tools. The format, if I remember correctly, is something like: <tool name>.<type>.<variant>

So Adwre.TC.a is a Trojan called Adwre, variant a. 

Some, but not all mailware items can be found in the TreatWiki. You also can access ThreatWiki from SmartConsole. Look into sk105318 for more details.



 

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_Val_
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.TC is the common designator for Trojan control tools. The format, if I remember correctly, is something like: <tool name>.<type>.<variant>

So Adwre.TC.a is a Trojan called Adwre, variant a. 

Some, but not all mailware items can be found in the TreatWiki. You also can access ThreatWiki from SmartConsole. Look into sk105318 for more details.



 

BrunoMoniz
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Thanks for the reply and explanation.

 

 

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