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Content Tracking Whitelisting

Trying to exclude "%APPDATA%\ViberPC\*\qmlurlcache\data8\*\*" and use * for all different folders but still getting detection from McAfee.

Does use of wildcard "*" allowed in content tracking? From the above sample, users with Viber on PC does have different folders before reaching "qmlurlcache" thus we are receiving a lot of alerts.

 

 

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jsubbura
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Re: Content Tracking Whitelisting

Hi @User19860877 ,

Wildcards doesn't work with Content tracking whitelisted processes.

 

thank you.

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Jithendran S
McAfee Employee

Re: Content Tracking Whitelisting

Hi jsubbura,

Thank you for the response. So in this case, we need to whitelist every folder that will be detected?

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