Filter the threat data displayed on the dashboard
based on a default time range, a custom time range, or a single
All time stamps in AutoFocus™ are displayed in Pacific
If you don’t see any malware
sessions in the Download Sessions histogram, there may not be any
malware detected during the selected date range. The histogram does
not include sessions with known malware (malware that was first
seen before the selected date range).
Set the default date range.
First configure the data set to include samples based on
when it was
(the time stamp of
when the sample was first forwarded or uploaded to WildFire for
analysis) or by
(the time stamp of when
the session started) and then set the dashboard to display data
for the last 1, 7, 30, 90, 180, or 365 days.
setting does not filter the scope (My Samples, (private), Public
Samples, or All Samples (private and public samples)) of the sample
dashboard default time range is applied to all dashboard views (organization,
industry, and all) and dashboard widgets immediately update to reflect
the time range selected.
The default time range is also reapplied
when the dashboard is refreshed.
Select a custom date range.
Adjust the Download Sessions sliders to view sessions for
a specific date range:
dashboard time range is updated automatically as you adjust the
After modifying the dashboard
date range using the Download Sessions histogram, you can refresh
your browser at any time to reapply the default date range.
Set a single date.
Click a single bar on the Download Sessions histogram to
view the number of sessions with newly-identified malware detected
on that date. The dashboard widgets are then filtered to display
artifacts for that date only.
For example, this view of the
dashboard shows events and artifacts only for January 15, 2014:
modifying the dashboard date range using the Download Sessions histogram,
you can refresh your browser at any time to reapply the default