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show services advanced-anti-malware profile

Syntax

Description

Displays information about configured Juniper Advanced Threat Prevention Cloud profiles on the SRX Series device. Juniper Advanced Threat Prevention Cloud profiles let you define which files to send to the cloud for inspection. You can create Juniper Advanced Threat Prevention Cloud profiles only with the cloud graphical interface; you cannot create the profile using CLI commands. You can only view the profile on the SRX Series device.

Use this command during troubleshooting to verify you are sending the correct files to the cloud.

Options

profile-name profile-name

(optional) Display information about the specified profile. If you do not specify a profile, then display basic information about all configured Juniper Advanced Threat Prevention Cloud profiles on the SRX Series device.

Required Privilege Level

View

Output Fields

Table 1 lists the output fields for the show services advanced-anti-malware profile command. Output fields are listed in the approximate order in which they appear.

Table 1: show services advanced-anti-malware profile Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

profile_name

The Juniper Advanced Threat Prevention Cloud profile name.

version

The Juniper Advanced Threat Prevention Cloud profile version number. The number is automatically generated. You can compare the version number on the SRX Series device with the version number in the cloud to verify the correct version is loaded.

disabled_file_types

This section lists file types that are not sent to the cloud for inspection. If this section is blank, then all supported file types are sent.

disabled_categories

This section lists file categories that are not sent to the cloud for inspection. If this section is blank, then all supported file categories are sent.

This section lets you list general categories instead of having to specify all file types. For example, you can specify the archive category instead of listing ZIP, TAR, RAR and so forth as the file types.

The following are supported categories:

  • archive—Archive files such as TAR, RAR, ZIP and so forth.

  • media—Audio video formats such as WMV (Windows Media Video) and ASF (Advanced Systems Format).

  • mobile—Mobile applications for iOS and Android.

  • active media—Flash and Silverlight applications.

  • script—Scripts such as JS, Python and so forth.

  • OS package—OS specific update applications such as RPM, DEB, DMG and so forth.

  • portable documents—PDF, email and MBOX files.

  • document—All document types except PDF.

  • Java—Java applications, archives and libraries.

  • config—Configuration files such as INI, INF, REG, LNK and so forth.

  • code—Source code files such as C, Java and so forth.

  • library—Dynamic and static libraries and kernel modules.

  • executables—Executable binaries.

  • emerging threat—A special category that includes known threat source file types.

category_thresholds

The minimum and maximum file sizes to be sent to the cloud. If the file size exceeds the maximum limit, the SRX Series device stops sending the file to the cloud, ignores the rest of the file content and sends a file termination notice.

Sample Output

show services advanced-anti-malware profile

Release Information

Command introduced in Junos OS Release 15.1X49-D33.