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brauner
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ransomeware detection

Post by brauner »

Hello,

Ransomeware detection is a very nice feature, but I thing it should not be a global feature, but a backup job feature.

In the current model, I have to save a file in a specific folder in machine A (source), and SyncBack checks if the file has changed, and if so - stop all backup jobs.

But what happen if my backup job copy from files from machine B to machine A (from the client to the server), or from machine B to machine C (from NAS to remote FTP)?

Well, according to the current model, syncback can check only one source.

Please set it as a job feature, and each job can check his own source.

-Roei
brauner
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Re: ransomeware detection

Post by brauner »

I see now that Rango already raise that issue.

Rango suggest "multiple files"

I suggest that it should be a job feature

-Roei
Swapna
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Re: ransomeware detection

Post by Swapna »

Hi,

I will pass your change request to the relevant department for further review and consideration.

Thank you.
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