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Kudos0

Email Monitoring for Potential Bad Links and Bad Attachments

Is there anyway for Norton to monitor or scan web email accounts like AOL to check for bad imbedded links or attachments that are potentially harmful and either disabled or a warning posted to the user to not click on the link or don't open the attachment?

I can't find any capabilities in Norton to protect users from selecting links or attachments in web-based email account inbox emails?

Is there any such capability and I just can't find it?

Thank you.  Matt

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Re: Email Monitoring for Potential Bad Links and Bad Attachments

Best practice is to not click on any links in email from unknown sources. 

No product can stop a user from clicking on a link. But if you do click on a malicious link, your Norton product will protect you.

Things happen. Export/Backup your Norton Password Manager data.

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