Dr.Web for Microsoft Outlook uses different . Infected objects are processed according to the actions defined by the user: the program can cure such objects, remove them, or move them to to isolate the objects from the rest of the system.
Dr.Web for Microsoft Outlook detects the following malicious objects:
•Bomb viruses in files or archives
•Computer worms and viruses
Dr.Web for Microsoft Outlook allows to specify program reaction to detection of infected or suspicious files and malicious objects in email attachments.
To configure virus check of email attachments and to specify program actions for detected malicious objects, in the Microsoft Outlook mail application, go to the → → page (for Microsoft Outlook 2010, in the → → section select Dr.Web for Microsoft Outlook, then click the button) and click.
In the window, specify actions for different types of checked objects and also for the check failure. You can also enable/disable check of archives.
To set actions to be applied on threat detection, use the following options:
•Thedrop-down list sets the reaction to the detection of a file infected with a known and (presumably) curable virus.
•The drop-down list sets the reaction to the detection of a file infected with a known incurable virus (and in case an attempt to cure a file failed).
•Thedrop-down list sets the reaction to the detection of a file presumably infected with a virus (upon reaction of the heuristic analyzer).
•In the section, set a reaction to detection of unsolicited software of the following types:
•The drop-down list allows to configure actions if the attachment cannot be checked, that is, if the attached file is corrupted or password protected.
•The check box allows to enable or disable check of attached archived files. Select this check box to enable checking; clear this check box to disable.
For different types of objects, actions are specified separately.
The following actions for detected virus threats are available:
• (only for infected objects)—instructs to try to restore the original state of an object before infection.
• (only for infected objects)—instructs to apply the action specified for incurable objects.
•—delete the object.
•—move the object to the special folder.
•—skip the object without performing any action or displaying a notification.