Cortex XDR Logs
Information for all alerts raised in Cortex XDR.
Cortex XDR Pro per Endpoint only) All EDR data collected on the endpoint.
Configuration logs—entries for changes to the firewall configuration.
System logs—entries for each system event on the firewall.
Enhanced application logs—data that increases visibility into network activity for Palo Alto Networks apps and services, like Cortex XDR.
Extended packet capture—packet captures in a proprietary Palo Alto Networks format. The firewall only collects these if you enable extended capture in Vulnerability Protection or Anti-Spyware profiles.
Data filering logs—entries for the security rules that help prevent sensitive information such as credit card numbers from leaving the area that the firewall protects.
HIP Match logs—information about the security status of the end devices accessing your network.
IP-Tag logs—how and when a source IP address is registered or unregistered on the firewall and what tag the firewall applied to the address.
Stream Control Transmission Protol logs—events and associations based on logs generated by the firewall while it performs stateful inspection, protocol validation, and filtering of SCTP traffic.
Threat logs—entries generated when traffic matches one of the Security Profiles attached to a security rule on the firewall.
Traffic logs—entries for the start and end of each session.
Tunnel Inspection logs—entries of non-encrypted tunnel sessions.
URL Filtering logs—entries for traffic that matches the URL Filtering profile attached to a security policy rule.
User-ID logs—information about IP address-to-username mappings and Authentication Timestamps, such as the sources of the mapping information and the times when users authenticated.