Web Spyware/Grayware

Provides specific information about the spyware/grayware instances found in HTTP or FTP traffic. Example: the managed product that detects the spyware/grayware, the direction of traffic where the spyware/grayware occurs, the Internet browser or FTP endpoint that downloads the spyware/grayware

Table 1. Web Spyware/Grayware Data View




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


Displays the time that the managed product generates data

Product Entity/Endpoint

This data column displays one of the following:

  • The entity display name for a managed product. Apex Central identifies managed products using the managed product's entity display name

  • The IP address or host name of a computer with an agent (for example, Apex One agent) installed, that is affected by spyware/grayware


Displays the name of the managed product

Example: Apex One, ScanMail for Microsoft Exchange


Displays the name of spyware/grayware managed products detect


Displays the IP address of the computer on which managed products detect spyware/grayware

Source URL

Displays the URL of the web/FTP site which the spyware/grayware originates


Displays the direction of spyware/grayware entry

Browser/FTP Client

Displays the Internet browser or FTP endpoint where the spyware/grayware originates


Displays the user name logged on to the endpoint computer when a managed product detects spyware/grayware


Displays the results of the action managed products take against spyware/grayware

Example: successful, further action required


Displays the type of action managed products take against spyware/grayware

Example: File cleaned, File quarantined, File deleted


Displays the total number of spyware/grayware managed products detect

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