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Reputation and prevalence properties used in Application Control rules
This article applies to the following F-Secure products: Policy Manager, PSB Portal, and Computer Protection.
This article lists and explains the reputation and prevalence property values used in the Application Control rules.
|0-9||CLEAN||Known clean. Allow everything.|
|10-79||PROMPT||Suspicious or potential unwanted (PUA) or Riskware. Prompt the action from the local user.|
|80-89||UNWANTED||Unwanted Application. Automatic quarantine with option to exclude.|
|90-100||BLOCK||Known malicious. Block all actions.|
|101-999||UNKNOWN||Make a local decision. This is the default also when there is no response (empty response).|
|0||Undefined or not known. This is the default also when no response or if this flag is missing.|
|1||Unique file (3 or less hits)|
|10||Very rare file (10 or less hits)|
|20||Quite rare file (100 or less hits)|
|30||Rare file (1000 or less hits)|
|40||Unusual file (10 000 or less hits)|
|50||Semi-common file (100 000 or less hits)|
|60||Common file (1 000 000 or less hits)|
|70||Common file (10 000 000 or less hits)|
|80||A very common file (100 000 000 or less hits)|
|90||A very very common file (1 000 000 000 or less hits)|
|100||Everybody basically has this (10 000 000 000 or less hits)|