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Web Malware Dashboard Page

On the Web Malware page on the dashboard, you can view a list of websites affected by malware. Related information that is displayed here includes website names, user names, IP addresses, URL categories, malware names, number of requests allowed and denied, number of bytes downloaded and uploaded.

By default, the page displays data for the last seven days. You can use the Date Picker to change the date range.

  • Log Source — The data center location. You can select a log source to fetch malware information.
  • Filters — You can use filters to control the amount and the kind of data displayed on the Web Malware page.
  • Views — You can save a view and reuse it to search data at any time. You can also create your own dashboard using this saved view.
  • Export — You can export the displayed data to a CSV, XLS, and PDF file.
  • Search — You can use the Search bar to look for a specific malware data. You can search for Malware Name, User Name, IP address, site, application name, application category, protection area, allowed and denied requests.
  • Edit Table Columns — You can customize tables by resizing columns, sorting the data, and selecting certain columns for display.
  • Schedule — You can the current view of a malware report to run itself daily, weekly, or monthly, every three months, or yearly. You can either download these scheduled reports from the Reports section or provide an email address to automatically send reports to the recipients.

The Web Malware page displays the malware information in either chart or table format. You can view the following information for the last seven days:

  • Malware Name — The name of the malware.
  • User Name — The user name who accessed the website.
  • IP Address — The IP address of the website.
  • Site — The name of the affected website.
  • URL category — The category to which the site belongs. For example, the category of YouTube is Media sharing and Media streaming and the category of Snapchat is Chat and Social Networking.
  • Application category — The category of the application category. You can click on the value to view all application categories. For example, Facebook, Google, Twitter.
  • Protection Area — The reason for blocking the malware.
  • Reputation — The reputation of a site. Displays whether visiting a site has minimal, medium, or high risk.
  • Application Name — The application category of the website.
  • Requests The total number of hits. You can click on the value to view the complete list of events for the selected site.
  • Allowed/Denied Requests Displays the number of allowed and denied requests.
  • Total Bytes — The total number of bytes uploaded or downloaded from a site.
  • Downloaded Bytes — The number of bytes downloaded from a site.
  • Uploaded Bytes — The number of bytes uploaded to a site.
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