Detailed Web Violation Information

This data view provides specific information about the web violations on your network. For example, the managed product that detects the web violation, the name of the specific policy in violation, or the total number of web violations on the network.

Table 1. Detailed Web Violation Information Data View

Data

Description

Received

Displays the time that Control Manager receives data from the managed product.

Generated

Displays the time that the managed product generates data.

Managing Server Entity

Displays the entity display name for a server that manages a product entity.

Product Entity

Displays the entity display name for a managed product. Control Manager identifies managed products using the managed product's entity display name.

Product

Displays the name of the managed product.

Example: OfficeScan, ScanMail for Microsoft Exchange

Traffic/Connection

Displays the direction of violation entry.

Protocol

Displays the protocol over which the violation takes place.

Example: HTTP, FTP, SMTP

URL

Displays the name of the URL that violates a web policy.

User/IP

Displays the user or IP address of the endpoint that violates a policy.

User Group

Displays the user group for the user that violates a policy.

Endpoint

Displays the IP address of the endpoint that violates a policy.

Endpoint Host

Displays the IP address or host name of the endpoint that violates a policy.

Product Host

Displays the IP address or host name of the managed product which detects the violation.

Filter/Blocking Type

Displays the type of filter/blocking preventing access to the URL in violation.

Example: URL blocking, URL filtering, web blocking

Blocking Rule

Displays the blocking rule preventing access to the URL in violation.

Example: URL blocking

Policy

Displays the name of the policy the URL violates.

File

Displays the name of the file that violates a policy.

Process

Displays the name of the process that violates a policy.

Web Reputation Rating

Displays the relative safety, as a percentage, of a website according to Trend Micro.

Action

Displays the type of action managed products take against policy violations.

Example: pass, block

Detections

Displays the total number of web violations managed products detect.

Example: A managed product detects 10 violation instances of the same URL on one computer.

Detections = 10