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tonyssbear
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DLP Endpoint|| Block PCI On Zoom.exe

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Hi All, 

 

I have a application file rules which block PCI data which application name contain "zoom"

An block alert show, but it is not block actually

 

May anyone know if any other application need to include?

I have try to run a process monitor, seem only zoom.exe and the other is window application

 

Regards

tony 

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Corey-DLP
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Re: DLP Endpoint|| Block PCI On Zoom.exe

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Hi Tony,

Thanks for posting here! I've tested this scenario recently in my lab. The screenshot I've attached shows the Application Template that allowed me to successfully block file uploads to Zoom. In my experience, what you will see is DLP notify you that the file has been blocked, but it will appear as though the file did upload to the Zoom application. However, when another meeting participant attempts to download and open the file, they'll receive an error message stating that the file cannot be opened. I've not confirmed, but what I believe is occurring is that even though the file is being blocked, Zoom is still creating a link for the file. That said, I would test with your Application Template configured exactly as to what is in the screenshot and see if you have the same results.

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Hi Tony,

Thanks for posting here! I've tested this scenario recently in my lab. The screenshot I've attached shows the Application Template that allowed me to successfully block file uploads to Zoom. In my experience, what you will see is DLP notify you that the file has been blocked, but it will appear as though the file did upload to the Zoom application. However, when another meeting participant attempts to download and open the file, they'll receive an error message stating that the file cannot be opened. I've not confirmed, but what I believe is occurring is that even though the file is being blocked, Zoom is still creating a link for the file. That said, I would test with your Application Template configured exactly as to what is in the screenshot and see if you have the same results.

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