When you add overrides from the Overrides tab, you must first locate the MD5 values of files by running a scan on the endpoint. When SecureAnywhere scans the device, it creates a scan log where it stores the path name, file name, and MD5 value for executables and other types of files that run a process. You need that MD5 value to create the override.
Note: This can only be done on a Windows computer.
Tip: If you want to override a file designated as "Bad," you should go to the Groups or Reports tabs. These tabs show detected threats and their associated MD5 values, which saves you time in creating "Bad" overrides.