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Let the user decide whether or not to quarantine a file
IN NIS 2011, when File Insight detects an apparently risky file (e.g. a downloaded ".exe"), it immediately deletes the file and quarantines it, even if the user is happy to accept the file. It is very inconvenient having to then go to quarantine every time to restore it, especially if the user is confident that it is a safe file.
The same argument also applies to sofware developers, whose executable files they have developed appear to suffer the same fate without being consulted first.
Therefore, could you please give the user the option of whether or not to delete/quarantine such a file instead? All it needs is extra buttons on the File Insight notification screen (e.g. "Allow this file" or "Remove") with a suitable warning re the consequences of doing so. With the filename also displayed, the user can then decide whether or not to let the file through if he recognises it or get it quarantined if he does not.
By the way, it is not good enough just to ask the user to "Trust" the individual file each time, because chances are every time a file is downloaded it will have a different name, so the "trust" list could end up with a huge number of files (unnecessarily).
Please note - "Computer software exists as the servant of the user, not the other way round."