PuriFile’s software suite provides market-leading inspection and sanitization of digital files, preventing the loss of critical data and ensuring business continuity for government and commercial customers. Built to protect your inbox and halt release of sensitive information, PuriFile inherently understands your email, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, PDF, and image files, so it can provide thorough email and file inspection and sanitization while maintaining the integrity of your network and information.
Microsoft Exchange Server (MXS) is a collaborative enterprise server application designed by Microsoft to run on Windows Servers. MXS supports organizational email, contacts and tasks, calendar, data storage and web based and mobile information access. By residing on an organizational endpoint - the Exchange Server, PuriFile can provide email security through identification and remediation of content entering and exiting through your organizations communication lifeline, provide Data Loss Prevention and mitigate Zero-Day attacks.
How it Works
Exchange Server Plugins - Microsoft provides an Application Programming Interface (API), as well as information and resources to extend Microsoft Exchange Server allowing for the customization of a unique customer focused email environment.
PuriFile Exchange Plugin - Using the Exchange Server API, the PuriFile plugin provides Data Loss Prevention, limits Zero-Day attacks and controls content leaving an organization. Highly configurable, PuriFile is capable of identifying content within email and attachments based on well-defined policies and takes corrective action to alert the recipient and sender to remediate violations.
Message Scanning – Residing on a corporate exchange server, PuriFile is capable of scanning incoming and outgoing email to identify suspect content based on an organizational policy. When an individual receives an email or attempts to send email to a recipient, the PuriFile engine scans the content and attachments checking for violations. In the event a violation is detected, the recipient/sender is alerted and is able to take corrective action to accept or modify the content prior to it being received or sent to the recipient:
Figure 1: Scan Mode
Removing Attachments – In addition to the normal email message scanning, PuriFile is able to provide scanning and insight into content residing in email attachments. When an individual receives or completes an email and attempts to send it to the recipient, PuriFile scans the message along with any attachments and checks for violations. In the event of a violation in the attachment, the PuriFile engine replaces the content with a text file identifying the violations. A return notification is sent back to the sender along with the text file of violations. The user will then be given an opportunity to review the violations and address as appropriate. Once all violations are addressed, the email is reprocessed for reading or sent on to the recipient:
Figure 2: Attachment Mode
Message Cleansing – The Message Cleansing mode is similar to Replacing Attachments mode. Rather than alerting the recipient/sender of content in violation, the Message Cleansing capability cleanses the offending content from the document. When an individual receives or completes an email and attempts to send it to the recipient, PuriFile scans the message along with any attachments and checks for violations. In the event of a violation in the attachment, the PuriFile engine removes the content from the file prior to reading or sending the offending file.
Figure 3 - Cleanse Mode
The added effect of the cleansing operation removes any malicious content, effectively halting in excess of 90% of zero-day attacks. Combined with an effective Anti-Virus/Anti-Malware solution organizations will have gained the upper hand on virulent viruses and malware.
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