A partial MOVEit DMZ database schema is listed below. FolderType int(11) NOT NULL default ‘0’, FileType int(11) NOT NULL default ‘0’, CleanType int(11). The tables in the MOVEit Transfer (DMZ) (10v) Database are named as displayprofiles; expirationpolicies; favoritefilters; files; filetypes. Networks Fall Firewalls. Intranet. DMZ. Internet. Firewall. Firewall. Web server, email server, web proxy, etc. Networks Fall

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By default, all unrecognized file types are scanned. By proactively scanning the Internet, the Data Center identifies massive virus outbreaks as soon as they occur. Files specified as this type are considered to be safe. If Continuous Download is allowed for those file types, and a virus is present in the opened part of the file, it could infect the client computer.

Internal Access to DMZ

Scanned data is either allowed or blocked based on the response of the state-of-the-art Traditional Anti-Virus engine. See File Type Recognition for more information.

With the tiletype, select a protection level: Download updates from a Check Point server prior to downloading signature updates.

The DMZ demilitarized zone is an internal network with an intermediate level of security. For example, picture and video files are normally considered safe. Comparing Scan by File Direction and by IPs Scan by File Direction enables you to set file scanning according to the file’s and not necessarily the connection’s origin and destination.

GIFwhich can be spoofed. By default, any file type that is fietype identified as non-archive is assumed to be an archive and the Traditional Anti-Virus engine tries to expand it. Other formats can be considered safe because they are relatively hard to tamper with.


Using Traditional Anti-Virus

With the slider, select a Zero hour malware protection level: File types are considered to be safe if they are not known to contain viruses, for example, some picture and video files are considered safe. For example, you can decide not to scan traffic passing from external networks to the DMZ, but to still scan traffic passing from the DMZ to internal networks and from the external to internal networks. Dz upgraded systems, the detection mode that is activated by default is dependent upon whether the Traditional Anti-Virus feature was previously activated or not.

Configuring Traditional Anti-Virus For detailed explanations regarding the options described in the procedures in this section, see Understanding Traditional Anti-Virus Scanning Options.

Using Traditional Anti-Virus

When using Scan by File Direction, you must select the direction of the data to scan, which depends on whether you want to scan files to or from the internal networks and the DMZ. Limits the file size that is allowed to pass through the gateway.

Use the instructions in this section to configure Traditional Anti-Virus in your system. If the whole file is cached and scanned before being delivered, the client applications may time out while waiting.

Anti-Virus scanning is applied only to accepted traffic that was allowed by the security policy. IPS has a built-in File Type recognition engine, which identifies the types of files passed as part of the connection and enables you to define a per-type policy for handling files of a given xmz.


To enable and configure Traditional Anti-Virus protection: Archives and all other file types are recognized by their binary signature. This Zero-Hour solution provides protection during the critical time it takes to discover a new virus outbreak and assign it a signature.

If you want most or all files in a given direction to be scanned, select Scan by File Direction. Filehype can specify safe file types that are allowed to pass through IPS without being scanned for viruses.

An archive is a file that contains one or more files in a compressed format. Some file types for example, Adobe Acrobat PDF and Microsoft Power Point files can open on a client computer before the whole file has been downloaded. The Mail Traditional Anti-Virus policy prevents email from being used as a virus delivery mechanism.

It is also possible to configure file types to be scanned or blocked. If the file is a compressed archive, the limit applies to the file after decompression the Traditional Anti-Virus engine decompresses archives before scanning them. Scan by File Direction enables you to set file scanning according to the file’s and not necessarily the connection’s origin and destination. See Continuous Download for more information.

Files set for scanning are defined in the classic Rule Base, which defines the source and destination of the connection to be scanned.