The infected attachments can be moved to Quarantine, where the malicious objects are isolated from the rest of the system.
By default, the quarantine is enabled. To disable it, set the value for the . In case quarantine is disabled, the infected objects will be deleted.
The quarantined files can be reviewed and processed using the special utility Dr.Web Quarantine. To launch the utility, select -> -> -> . The list of objects in quarantine will be displayed (see ).
For each object in the list the information on the infected file name and size, the name of the virus and the path to the storage folder is displayed. You can specify the types of the information that is displayed in the list. To do this, right-click any column in the table and select . Then select the types of the information you want to be displayed.
You can remove the quarantined objects or restore them. To do this:
You can also scan the qurantined objects, e.g. the suspicious files, again, after . To check the files again, click the button.
The button is used to add files from the local or removable disk to quarantine. Then you can scan these files for viruses. Please take note that in this case the file can be restored to the initial folder only using the button.
To access to quarantine properties click the button in the top part of the window. In the window (see ) you can specify the following settings:
The objects in quarantine are saved on the hard disk section the Kerio firewall is installed on. If there is no free space for saving the file or the specified maximum quarantine size is exceeded, the file is not moved to quarantine.