Email Alerts

AutoFocus can send alerts to your email account. In an email alert, the SHA256 hash displays as a hyperlink that opens the WildFire™ analysis of the sample in AutoFocus.
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An email alert contains the following components:
Name
Description
(1) AutoFocus Alerts
The date and time that the alert was sent in the following format: Month DD, YYYY hh:mm [AM/PM] (UTC)
(2) Number of alerts
The number of unique samples detected within the alert period
(3) For
The name of the support account that created the alert
(4) Date (UTC)
The date and time that the sample was detected in the following format: Month DD, YYYY hh:mm [AM/PM]
(5) Type
The tag type that triggered the alert (unit42, public, or private)
(6) Name
The specific tag that triggered the alert for the sample
(7) Verdict
The WildFire verdict assigned to the sample: malware, grayware, or phishing.
To focus your attention on samples that exhibit malicious behavior, AutoFocus does not send alerts for benign samples.
(8) Matching Sample
The SHA256, SHA1, and MD5 hashes of the sample

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