Overrides basically give administrative control of the files and applications which allows you to designate files as Good or Bad. You can always run the good file and quarantine the bad file. The user can quarantine the legitimate files for business purposes. If in case, Endpoint Protection is quarantining a file which you want to allow, then you can set an override which will ignore the file during scan. In this blog, you will read how to use overrides in Webroot. For details, go to www.webroot.com/safe.
How To Implement Overrides?
If you want to change how a file is detected and managed, then you can apply one of the overrides:
Good — In this, it will always allow the file to run on the endpoint and also it will not detect the file during scans.
Bad — In this, it will always send the file to quarantine if detected during scans.
The user can add overrides from different locations like Overrides Tab, Group Management Tab, Reports Tab and Dwell Time Popup.
How to Create Blacklist Overrides?
To create a blacklist override, first you have to log in to your Endpoint Protection console. Keep in mind the Endpoint Protection console will appear with the Status tab active. After this, you should hit on the Overrides tab. Here, the system will show you the Overrides panel along with the Whitelist tab active. Now, you have to tap on the Blacklist tab and then the system will show you the Blacklist tab. At this point, you should hit on the Create button and the system will show you the Create override window. Next in the Override Name field, you have to enter a name for the override. And in the MD5 field, you have to enter the 32-character unique identifier for the file. At this point, you should choose either No or Yes Apply to Policy radio button. At the end, tap on the Save button.
How to Create Whitelist Override?
For this, you should log in to your Endpoint Protection console. And then Endpoint Protection console appears with the Status tab active. After this, you should tap on Overrides tab. Then, you will find that the system appears with the Overrides panel along with the Whitelist tab active. Now, you have to hit on Create button. Here, the system shows the Create override window. Next in the Override Name field, you have to enter a name for the override. At this point, you should do one of the following: click on the Save button or to create a Folder/File override and just continue with this process. Then in the New Whitelist Entry window, you have to choose the Path/File radio button. You will find that the system shows the Create override window with fields like Override Name, Override Type, File Mask, Path/Folder Mask, Include Sub-folders, Detect if Malicious, Global (GSM) Override and Apply to Policy. At last, hit on Save option.
Through this way, you can use Overrides in Webroot SecureAnywhere. For more info, visit to Webroot official site via www.webroot.com/safe.