Submit files and URLs to the sandbox and view the analysis results in Trend Micro Vision One.
The daily reserve limits the number of objects you can analyze per day. Objects with a Not analyzed risk level do not count toward the daily reserve.
For more information, see Sandbox Analysis.
The sandbox detects objects identical to previous submissions. Identical objects are not re-analyzed and do not count toward the daily reserve.
The Submit Object panel appears.
Click Select and locate a file for submission.
The sandbox only analyzes supported file types.
For more information, see Supported File Types.
The total file size cannot exceed 60 MB, including extracted objects.
(Optional) Specify the command line arguments that are used when the sandbox runs the submitted file object.
A maximum of 1,024 characters can be entered. Arguments apply only to Portable Executable (PE) files and script files.
(Optional) For password-protected files, specify the password.
The sandbox uses virus and infected as default passwords. If the submitted object uses either one as a password, you do not need to specify any passwords here.
Specify a URL with a maximum of 2,048 characters and then press ENTER.
You can submit up to 10 URLs to the sandbox. Each URL counts as a separate object toward the daily reserve.
The sandbox can only analyze HTTP and HTTPS addresses.
Domain names must use Punycode (RFC-3492) format.
URL paths and query strings must use percent-encoding (RFC-3986) format.
Examples of converting URLs to Punycode and percent-encoding:
Original: https://www.großliet.com/DOWNLOAD/MANUAL/PC Für Manual 4th Ed.xml
Punycode and percent-encoding: https://www.grossliet.com/DOWNLOAD/MANUAL/PC%20F%C3%BCr%20Manual%204th%20Ed.xml
Punycode and percent-encoding: http://xn--v8jxj3d1dzdz08w.com/wiki/%E5%9B%BD%E9%9A%9B%E5%8C%96%E3%83%89%E3%83%A1%E3%82%A4%E3%83%B3%E5%90%8D
(Optional) Click a URL to edit the link.
The Sandbox Analysis screen displays the status of submitted objects.
The sandbox may not be able to analyze an object for various reasons.
For more information, see Possible Reasons for Analysis Failure.