MetaAccess looks at the history of threats detected by your installed anti-malware software to find repeating occurrences of the same threat. Repeatedly detected threats indicate that either the installed anti-malware is unable to remove a threat, or there is a user behavior issue.
Through the MetaAccess console, administrators are able to configure the number of times malware is detected before considering a file a threat (2, 3, or 4) for each policy.
This article applies to MetaAccess product.
This article was last updated on 2017-10-19