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Created: 16 May 2013 | 4 comments

Hello,

I have client that are catching virus via there browser and I was wondering is there add-on for other then IE like Firefox, Chrome?

Thank you.

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ᗺrian's picture

With SEP 12.1 there is the browser intrusion prevention add on for IE and Firefox. Chrome is not currently supported.

Supported Browser versions for Browser Intrusion Prevention

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Expected behavior of Browser Intrusion Prevention

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Enabling or disabling network intrusion prevention or browser intrusion prevention

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SebastianZ's picture

Browser IPS (Symantec Vulnerability Protection in 12.1) enabled in SEPM will apply for both IE and Firefox browsers on clients machines - both browser will get the add-in installed:

http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH174537

If you want to provide a similar solution to your Chrome Browser you can use the Norton Safe Web using the link below:

...on how to enable  Browser IPS through SEPMt;

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CFORP's picture

Thank you for the info. The link show support for 16.x but Firefox is at 21.x when are they going to catch up?

The fix for the Chrome is good for a single user not in a setup for a enterprise solution.

Cheer

ᗺrian's picture

Would need to be in a release.

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