By enabling App Scan in AirWatch, you can
leverage WildFire threat intelligence about apps to detect malware
on Android endpoints. When enabled, the AirWatch agent sends the
list of apps that are installed on the Android endpoint to AirWatch.
This occurs during enrollment and subsequently on any device check-in.
AirWatch then periodically queries WildFire for verdicts and can
take compliance action on the endpoint based on the verdict.
Before you begin, obtain a WildFire API key. If
you do not already have an API key, contact Support.
From AirWatch, select
Current Setting: Override
Enable Third Party App Scan Analysis
enable communication between AirWatch and WildFire.
Choose Palo Alto Networks WildFire from the Choose App
Scan Vendor drop-down.
Enter your WildFire API key.
Click Test Connection to ensure that AirWatch can communicate
with WildFire. If the test is not successful, verify connectivity
to the Internet, re-enter the API key, and then try again.
your changes. AirWatch schedules
a synchronization task to communicate with WildFire to obtain the
latest verdicts for application hashes and runs the task at regular