You can configure an anti-virus profile to block this. You can check if PAN cover it by looking in the threat vault.
I've already checked and the devices do cover it so make sure your anti virus version is up to date and you can apply an anti-virus profile to a security rule in order to defend against this virus.
You can use the guide to help you configure it.
Okay well according the Admin guide there are two ways to do this by creating a rule or going to the exception tab and adding specific signatures with specific actions I am not sure which is the best route to go. Any one have any preferences.
Can you try blocking this with a anti virus profile rather than a anti spyware profile, on the threatvault it is covered as a virus.
I can try but it doesn't list it as a virus but as spyware in the program and I checked it in the threat vault as well and it listed it as spuware
Here is a link to the virus detail
If you are testing through an encrypted connection, can you make sure you have decryption enabled.
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