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    Juniper Sky Advanced Threat Prevention Scanned File Overview

    Juniper Sky ATP keeps a record of all file metadata sent to the cloud for inspection. You can view the files sent from your network by selecting Monitor > File Scanning in the Web UI. See Figure 1. Your firewall policy determines what to do if a file is suspected of being malware. For example, block that file from being downloaded to the client.

    Figure 1: List of Inspected Files and Their Results

    List of Inspected Files and Their

    By default, threat levels 4 and above are shown. Click the file’s signature to view more information, such as file details, what other malware scanners say about this file, and a complete list of hosts that downloaded this file. See Figure 2.

    Figure 2: Viewing Scanned File Details

    Viewing Scanned File Details

    For more information on the file scan details page, see the Web UI tooltips and online help.

    If you suspect a file is suspicious, you can manually upload it for scanning and evaluation. Click Monitor > File Scanning > Manual Upload to browse to the file you want to upload. The file can be up to 32 MB.

    There is a limit to the number of files administrators can upload for manual scanning. File uploads are limited by realm (across all users in a realm) in a 24-hour period. You can upload two files per each active device enrolled and 10 files per each premium-licensed device in your account. For example, if you have two Juniper Sky ATP premium-licensed SRX Series devices and one other SRX Series device, Juniper Sky ATP will allow a maximum of 22 files to be allowed in a 24-hour window.

    For more information on scanning files, see the Web UI infotips and online help.

    Modified: 2018-05-16