FortiCarrier MMS Content Checksum

MMS Content Checksum

The MMS Content Checksum menu allows you to configure content checksum lists.

Configure MMS content checksum lists in Security Profiles > MMS Content Checksum using the following table.

MMS Content Checksum

Lists each individual content checksum list that you created. On this page, you can edit, delete or create a content checksum list.

Creates a new MMS content checksum list. When you select Create New, you are automatically redirected to the New List. This page provides a

Create New name field and comment field. You must enter a name to go to MMS Content Checksum Settings page.

Edit                                        Modifies settings to a MMS content checksum. When you select Edit, you are automatically redirected to the MMS Content Checksum Settings page.
Removes an MMS content checksum from the page.

To remove multiple content checksum lists from within the list, on the MMS

Content Checksum page, in each of the rows of the content checksum lists

Delete                                    you want removed, select the check box and then select Delete.

To remove all content checksum lists from list, on the MMS Content Checksum page, select the check box in the check box column and then select Delete.

Name                                     The name of the MMS content checksum list that you created.
# Entries                                  The number of checksums that are included in the content checksum list.
Notification List

Lists all the notification lists that you created. On this page you can edit, delete or create a new notification list.

Creates a new notification list. When you select Create New, you are

Create New                            automatically redirected to the New List page. You must enter a name to

go to the Notification List Settings page.

Notification List

MMS Profiles The MMS profile or profiles that have the MMS content checksum list applied. For example if two different MMS profiles use this content checksum list, they will both be listed here.
Comments A description given to the MMS content checksum.
Ref. Displays the number of times the object is referenced to other objects. For example, av_1 profile is applied to a security policy; on the Profile page (Security Profiles > AntiVirus > Profiles), 1 appears in Ref. .

To view the location of the referenced object, select the number in Ref., and the Object Usage window appears displaying the various locations of the referenced object.

To view more information about how the object is being used, use one of the following icons that is available within the Object Usage window:

•               View the list page for these objects – automatically redirects you to the list page where the object is referenced at.

•               Edit this object – modifies settings within that particular setting that the object is referenced with. For example, av_1 profile is referenced with a security policy and so, when this icon is selected, the user is redirected to the Edit Policy page.

•               View the details for this object – table, similar to the log viewer table, contains information about what settings are configured within that particular setting that the object is referenced with. For example, av_1 profile is referenced with a security policy, and that security policy’s settings appear within the table.

Notification List

The Notification List menu allows you to configure a list of viruses. This virus list provides a list for scanning viruses in MMS messages. You can use one virus list in multiple MMS profiles, and configure multiple virus lists.

Notification list configuration settings

The following are notification list configuration settings in Security Profiles > Notification List.

Notification List

Edit                                        Modifies settings within the notification list. When you select Edit, you are automatically redirected to the Notification List Settings page.
Removes a notification list from the list on the Notification List page.

To remove multiple notification lists from within the list, on the Notification

List page, in each of the rows of the notification lists you want removed,

Delete select the check box and then select Delete.

To remove all notification lists from the list, on the Notification List page, select the check box in the check box column and then select Delete.

Name                                     The name of the MMS content checksum list that you created.
# Entries                                 The number of checksums that are included in that content checksum list.
MMS Profiles                          The MMS profile or profiles that are associated with
Comments                              A description given to the MMS notification list.
Ref.                                        Displays the number of times the object is referenced to other objects. For

example, av_1 profile is applied to a security policy; on the Profile page (Security Profiles > Antivirus > Profiles), 1 appears in Ref. .

To view the location of the referenced object, select the number in Ref., and the Object Usage window appears displaying the various locations of the referenced object.

To view more information about how the object is being used, use one of the following icons that is available within the Object Usage window:

View the list page for these objects – automatically redirects you to the list page where the object is referenced at.

Edit this object – modifies settings within that particular setting that the object is referenced with. For example, av_1 profile is referenced with a security policy and so, when this icon is selected, the user is redirected to the Edit Policy page.

View the details for this object – table, similar to the log viewer table, contains information about what settings are configured within that particular setting that the object is referenced with. For example, av_1 profile is referenced with a security policy, and that security policy’s settings appear within the table.

Notification List Settings

Provides settings for configuring a notification list, which is a list of viruses and is used for scanning viruses in MMS messages. This list is called the Antivirus Notification List in an MMS profile.

Notification List

Name If editing the name of a notification list, enter the new name in this field. You must select OK to save the change.
Comments If you want to enter a comment, enter the comment in the field. You must select OK to save the change.
Create New Creates a notification entry in the list. When you select Create New, you are automatically redirected to the New Entry page.
Edit Modifies settings within a notification list. When you select Edit, you are automatically redirected to the Edit Entry page.
Delete Removes a notification entry from the list on the page.

To remove multiple notification entries from within the list, on the Notification List Settings page, in each of the rows of the entries you want removed, select the check box and then select Delete.

To remove all notification entries from the list, on the Notification List Settings page, select the check box in the check box column and then select Delete.

Enable Enables a notification entry that is disabled.
Disable Disables a notification entry so that it is not active and available for use, but it is not deleted.
Remove All Entries Removes all notification entries that are listed on the Notification List Settings page.
Enable Displays whether or not the checksum is enabled.
Virus Name/Profile The name of the virus that was added to the list.
Entry Type The type of match that will be used to match the virus stated in the notification list to the actual virus that is found.
New Entry page
Virus Name/Profile Enter the virus name.
Entry Type Select the type of match that will be used to match the virus stated in the notification list to the actual virus that is found.
Enable Select to enable the virus in the list.

 


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