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Infected files hash is displaying only MD5 values

Hi Team, Is there plans to add the SHA256 equivalent to the VSE/ENS products ?. By default its detecting as MD5. is there any options to add IOCs to the VSE/ENS products ?. If yes how do we proceed. Regards Shinoj M
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Re: Infected files hash is displaying only MD5 values

Hi Shinoj ,

Thanks for your post,

Well at present, We have the only option to add the MD5 for the exe to add in VSE / ENS access protection rule to block and report.

Other MD5 value other exe process will be applicable even with VSE/ ENS access protection rule. However you can use the ENS exploit prevention expert rule to block the MD5 value like .txt .dll , lnk files as such.

I suggest you raise the PER with McAfee to check if the SHA256 or equivalent can be given as option.

Here is the link for raising PER
https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB60021

Let me know if you have any further questions.

 

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