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NetSafeGuard User Guide

NetSafeGuard Installation Interface

Figure 1: NetSafeGuard Installation Interface
Figure 1: NetSafeGuard Installation Interface

1.0 Virus-Guard

  1. Select the folders you wish to scan for virus.
  2. Click 'Scan' to immediately begin scanning the selected folders or directories.
  3. The interface will show you the files being scanned and the elapsed time.
  4. Detected mal-wares will be quarantined and can be viewed by clicking 'Scanning Report'.
  5. For the response after the detection of mal-ware, please click 'Configuration' and select appropriate response. Default response is to quarantine the files and they are adequate for most purposes.
Figure 2: Virus-Guard
Figure 2: Virus-Guard

2.0 Network Guard - Firewall

NetSafeGuard solution provides network guard (firewall) as a built-in function. There are several options for Firewall usage and settings.

2.1 Firewall Configuration 1 - Firewall Rule

You can add Firewall Rules. You can set the permission for particular 'IP address', 'Port Number' and 'Port Types'. You can always change the Firewall Rules. If you are unsure, please do not add any rules. The system will use 'default mode' and it will adjust setting automatically.
Firewall Rule setting is shown in Figure 3.

Figure 3: Firewall -- Firewall Rule
Figure 3: Firewall -- Firewall Rule

2.2 Firewall Configuration 2 -- Security Level

For those of you who are not familiar with manual setting of Firewall, you can safely protect your computer by setting an appropriate security levels.
Firewall security setting is shown in Figure 4.

Figure 4: Firewall -- Firewall Security Setting
Figure 4: Firewall -- Firewall Security Setting

2.3 Firewall Configuration 3 -- Firewall Logs (may be viewed as in Figure 5)

Figure 5: Firewall -- Firewall Logs
Figure 5: Firewall -- Firewall Logs

2.4 Firewall Configuration 4 -- Port Scan

NetSafeGuard product will scan all your ports for vulnerability test. You can click 'ALL' on screen (as shown in Figure 6) to scan all of your PC ports. If you are unsure what 'Port Scan' will achieve for you, please leave it to technical staff for advice. Alternatively check FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) section for supports.

Figure 6: Firewall -- Port Scan
Figure 6: Firewall -- Port Scan

3. Email Guard

NetSafeGuard provides built-in virus scanning system for emails and its attachments. This system is functioning on Default Mode.

Email Guard provides services such as:

  1. provides POP3 Proxy Service
  2. trainable email spam filtering
  3. automated scanning of email messages and attachments
  4. automated response and report of email infections to both senders and receivers.
Figure 7: Email Guard
Figure 7: Email Guard

4. Web Guard

NetSafeGuard provides built-in Web Guard. This system is functioning on Default Mode.
Web Guard provides services such as:

  1. pop up blocks
  2. managing BHOs (prevents hijacking)
  3. internet junk filtering and restriction of cookies setups.
Figure 8: Web Guard
Figure 8: Web Guard

5. Configurations

Much of the settings can be configured in this section (as shown in Figure 9).

5.1 Configurations -- General

You can select 'Scan options' and also set the CPU usage as either 'Lower CPU' or 'Normal'.
'Lower CPU' gives higher priority to other applications you are running on the same machine. This will allow seemingly uninterrupted business and development activities on your PC while full scanning is being performed.
You can also choose the Quarantine Folders. (use 'Default Setting' if unsure).

Figure 9: General View of Configuration Settings
Figure 9: General View of Configuration Settings

5.2 Configurations -- Updates

If unsure please use Default mode.
You can set up how often your virus definition database will be updated.
Also, you can set up your HTTP Proxy for virus database updates. By default, your system will receive virus definition updates from our dedicated server.

Figure 10: Configurations - updates
Figure 10: Configurations - updates

5.3 Configurations -- Email Proxy

If unsure please use Default mode.
You can set up your email proxy setup. This requires some technical knowledge and please contact if you have any queries.

Figure 11: Configurations - Email Proxy
Figure 11: Configurations - Email Proxy

5.4 Configurations -- Scheduled Scanning

If unsure please use Default mode.
You can set up how often your system will be scanned. To add a new schedule.

  1. Click Add.
  2. Select the frequencies and times for scanning. You can also regularly scan only selected folders.
  3. You can click 'Edit' to change your scheduled scanning.
Figure 12: Configurations - Scheduled Scanning
Figure 12: Configurations - Scheduled Scanning

5.5 Configurations -- Action

If unsure please use Default mode. You can select your default response to detected malwares.
You can also configure the email message that will be sent to the sender who sent you malware-related emails. You can remove this function by selecting appropriate response action from drop-down menu on 'Select Action/Response'.

Figure 13: Configurations - Action
Figure 13: Configurations - Action

If unsure, please use 'Default mode'. Default mode should be appropriate for most occasions.
If you are unsure, please contact us or submit a request form from the Support Page.

Thank you.