What does "Potentially Vulnerable File" result mean?

"Potentially Vulnerable File" are files associated with vulnerable components or specific application versions determined by OPSWAT’s File-Based Vulnerability Assessment technology. It gives IT administrators the ability to:

- Check certain types of software for known vulnerabilities before installation

- Scan systems for known vulnerabilities when devices are at rest

- Quickly examine running applications and their loaded libraries for vulnerabilities

This article applies to MetaDefender Core v4
This article was last updated on 2019-12-23