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Flag vulnerable application version

Hi all,

I was wondering if it is possible to flag the vulnerable version(s) of an application as untrusted and show the user a message to upgrade the installation.

Would this be possible using TIE?

Regards,

Alex

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Re: Flag vulnerable application version

As far as I know, you can block a specific version of an executable based on file hash (which would be version specific), but I don't believe there's any way to display any sort of customized message.

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You can't set a (TIE) customized message in this way but you could set an Automatic Response to send an e-mail.

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You meant, send an email to the user?

Like, block the application and send an email to the user running the application asking him to update his software?

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Yes that's right.

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