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How to Block Executable Files in SecurityGateway™ for Email

By Brad Wyro

Malware can be delivered in many ways - via hyperlinks pointing to malicious websites, Microsoft Word documents containing malicious macros, or un-patched software. Or a bad actor can simply add a malicious file as an attachment to an email message and use social engineering to try to trick the user into clicking on the file.

To help protect businesses from nefarious executable files, SecurityGateway for Email can reject or quarantine incoming email messages containing these types of files. Watch our tutorial video to learn how.

SecurityGateway provides enterprise-class protection for small business budgets. Key features include data leak prevention (DLP), dynamic screening to protect against hackers, location screening, and much more.

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Tags: Attachments, Email Security, Anti-Virus

Brad Wyro

Written by Brad Wyro

Brad has worked in technical and marketing roles at MDaemon Technologies, where he contributes as Content Marketing Manager. Brad balances technical and creative information to develop easy to understand videos and content to educate prospects and customers.


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