Web Spyware/Grayware

Provides specific information about the spyware/grayware instances found in HTTP or FTP traffic, such as the managed product that detected the spyware/grayware, the direction of traffic where the spyware/grayware occurs, and the web browser or FTP client that downloaded the spyware/grayware

Table 1. Web Spyware/Grayware Data View




The date and time Apex Central received the data from the managed product


The date and time the managed product generated the data

Product Entity/Endpoint

Depending on the related source:

  • The display name of the managed product server in Apex Central

  • The name or IP address of the Security Agent endpoint


The name of the managed product or service

Example: Apex One, ScanMail for Microsoft Exchange


The name of the security threat


The IP address of the endpoint

Source URL

The URL of the web/FTP site from which the security threat originated


The direction of the transmission

Browser/FTP Client

The web browser or FTP client that the threat accessed


The logged on user name at the time of the event


The result of the action taken by the managed product

Example: successful, further action required


The action taken by the managed product

Example: File cleaned, File quarantined, File deleted


The total number of detections

Example: Apex One detects 10 spyware/grayware instances of the same spyware/grayware on one computer.

Detections = 10

Cloud Service Vendor

The name of the cloud service vendor