How to configure the Content filter
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How to configure the Content filter

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2012 Nov 19 ID: 8108
 
 
 
 

Applies to Kaspersky Security 8.0 for SharePoint Server

You can configure the following aspects of undesired content in the Kaspersky Security 8.0 for SharePoint Server content filter properties:

  • words and phrases;
  • masks of unwanted file names.

Words and phrases

You can add words and phrases in the Words and phrases section to be blocked by Kaspersky Security 8.0 for SharePoint Server content filter. The filter scans text content of files.


There are certain limitations however:
  • Word and phrase filter ignores the following symbols: ,, ., :, ;, ', ", -, –, —, ..., (, ), [, ], {, }, <, >, \, /, ®, │, °, ™, ", ", √, ©, №.
  • The following symbols are considered to be words: !, ?, ~, @, $, #, %, ^, &, *, _, +, =, |, `.
  • The following symbols are prohibited: ,•‼.

Masks of unwanted file names

The section Masks of unwanted file names allows configuring the scan by file name and\or format. This aspect encompasses only file names and extensions.

Mask syntax:
  • You can use the following special symbols in masks:

    • * stands for any sequence of symbols. For example, an abc* mask would read as “any file having abc as the first three symbols of its name” and would apply to such files as abc.exe, abc1.com, abc2222.rar.
    • ? stands for any single symbol. For example, an abc? mask would read as “any file having abc as the first three symbols of its name and any fourth symbol after c”. It would apply to such files as abc1.exe and would not apply to a file named abc12345.exe.
  • You should consider the following restrictions:

    • Masks cannot contain the following symbols: >, <, \, /, |, ", ;.
    • It is not recommended to use masks that would cover any file extensions used by SharePoint itself (for example , *.aspx, *.html, *.mht). Otherwise you run a risk of deleting a SharePoint service file which would cripple SharePoint.
 
 
 
 
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