View Processes Currently Protected by Traps
The Protection tab on the Traps console displays processes run by the current user that are currently protected by Traps. The list of processes reflects the processes that were executed by the current user.
To view all processes protected by Traps including those run by other users or by the operating system, use the Traps console or a command-line interface called Cytool (see View Processes Currently Protected by Traps Using Cytool).
On Windows endpoints, the Traps console displays the name, description, unique process ID number, time the process was initiated, and memory allocation register. If Traps encounters difficulties injecting into a process, the Traps console highlights the row for the process with a red background. This can indicate a compatibility issue with a third-party software. To verify the problem persists, we recommend that you reboot the endpoint and try to run the process again. If Traps subsequently fails to inject into the process, contact Support.
On Mac endpoints, Traps displays the name and unique process ID number.
- Launch the Traps Console:
The Traps Console launches.
- From the Windows tray, double-click the Traps icon or right-click the icon and select Console.
- Run CyveraConsole.exe from the Traps installation folder.
- Select the AdvancedProtection tab to view the protected processes.
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