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July, 2016 Release

New and Changed Features: July, 2016

Hide number of rows

Tables (for example, File Scanning and Hosts) no longer display the number of returned rows at the bottom of the table.

File scanning table updates

Select Monitor > File Scanning. The following changes have been made:

  • Threat level legend—A color-coded threat level legend is added to the top of the file scanning table to easily identify the threat levels of files listed in the table.

  • Hide scans with lower threat level—By default, only files with a threat level of 4 or higher are now displayed in the file scanning table. To view all files, click Clear All located in the upper-right corner of the table or click the close icon (x) next to threat_level ge 4. To return to the default view, click File Scanning in the left pane to refresh the window.

  • Rename Device Serial Number—Click a file signature to view file scanning details. In the Hosts That Have Downloaded File table, the Device Serial Number column is changed to Device Name. Clicking a device name in the table continues to show details of that particular device.

  • Filter by threat level—A numeric filter has been added to allow you to display rows by threat level. This option is also available in the Hosts table (Select Monitor > Hosts) for the Threat Level, C&C Hits, and Malware Hits columns.

Policy override for this host menu

Select Monitor > Hosts and then click a host in the table to view detailed host information. The Blocking setting for this host pulldown menu is changed to Policy override for this host, and the new options are:

  • Use configured policy (included in infected host feeds)

  • Always include host in infected host feeds

  • Never include host in infected host feeds

Reorder host details page

When you view detailed host information (select Monitor > Hosts and then click a host in the table), the current threat table is now reordered to show the most recent event at the top of the table.