Clipboard Paste incidents are logged when users copy sensitive data to the Clipboard and access the Mail app for Windows 10 (64-bit) endpoints. Clipboard Paste incidents are logged before users paste sensitive data. Similarly, when the Google Chrome Clipboard History extension is used, incidents are logged but no sensitive data is pasted.
Note: This issue does not occur when users copy data from Notepad.
The Mail app for Windows 10 and the Google Chrome Clipboard History extension fetch Clipboard data when endpoint users access the application or extension. The DLP Agent reads the data fetch as a paste action. If sensitive data resides on the Clipboard, Data Loss Prevention logs an incident and displays a popup if they are enabled.
For the Mail app for Windows 10, disable Clipboard Paste for the "Microsoft Metro Mail" application on the Application Monitoring screen.
For the Google Chrome Clipboard History extension, either disable the extension in the Google Chrome browser or disable Clipboard Paste monitoring for Google Chrome on the Application Monitoring screen.
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