Trend Micro web reputation technology helps break the infection chain by assigning websites a "reputation" based on an assessment of the trustworthiness of a URL, derived from an analysis of the domain. Web reputation protects against web-based threats including zero-day attacks, before they reach the network. Trend Micro web reputation technology tracks the lifecycle of hundreds of millions of web domains, extending proven Trend Micro anti-spam protection to the Internet.
The Web reputation criteria are configured to prevent access to malicious URLs in email messages.
The Web Reputation Settings screen appears.
Lowest (most conservative)
Moderately high (the default setting)
Highest (most aggressive)
Web pages change frequently, and it is difficult to find data or follow a link after the underlying page is modified. Such websites are usually used as vehicles for transporting malware and carrying out phishing attacks.
If you select this check box, Trend Micro Email Security will block all the URLs that have not been tested by Trend Micro, which might include some legitimate URLs.
Apply to URLs that have not been tested by Trend Micro
Apply to URLs marked by Web Reputation Services as possible security risks
Apply to all URLs
Time-of-Click Protection is available only in inbound protection.
Web Reputation Services mark URLs as possible security risks if the URLs host or redirect to malicious files. For example, untested websites, file sharing websites and shortened URLs are marked as possible security risks.
Enabling Time-of-Click Protection for digitally signed messages is not recommended because digital signatures might be destroyed.
To manage the Web Reputation Approved List, navigate to the following path:
Administration > Policy Objects > Web Reputation Approved List
For details, see Managing the Web Reputation Approved List.