I have following in my logs:
Threat tpye: file
Threat name: CSV file
File Name: xyz.csv
For Vulnerability Protection and Anti-Spyware I know how to easily create exceptions for specific IPs/URLs. Is there a way to easily create exceptions the same way for "file threats"?
Furthermore I'm not aware that my file blocking profile says "CSV" or "any" for downloading files...
This worked fine some days ago afaik.
How would I unblock this?
The matching security rule is "PROD-WEB-WHITELISTED-URLs" (see screenshot) and from there I've followed the path to the file blocking profile:
security rule "PROD-WEB-WHITELISTED-URLs" -> security profile group "ZUR-MITIGATION-NO-URL-FILTER" -> file blocking profile "ZUR-FILE-BLOCK-DEFAULT"
ZUR-FILE-BLOCK-DEFAULT contains 3 rules:
File Types: any
File Types: bat, cmd, cpl, dll, dmg, exe, gzip, iso, lnk, mp3, msi, ocx, pif, powershell, tar, vbe, wmf
File Types: any
I cannot find anything in this file blocking profile that would block a CSV.
Once again: afaik this file blocking profile hasn't change lately but the CSV download worked before with it. Maybe a bug with one of the latest "Applications and Threats" updates?
I've found following list but I don't understand where exactly the file type IDs are used?
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