View the Status of the Agent from the Traps Console
The console displays active and inactive services by displaying a or to the left of the service type. Select the Advanced tab to display additional tabs along the top of the console. The tabs allow you to navigate to pages that display additional details about security events, protected processes, and updates to the security policy. Usually, a user will not need to run the Traps Console, but the information can be useful when investigating a security-related event. You can choose to hide the tray icon that launches the console, or prevent its launch altogether. For more information, see Hide or Restrict Access to the Traps Console.
Indicates whether or not exploit prevention rules are active in the endpoint security policy.
Indicates whether or not restriction and/or malware protection modules are enabled in the endpoint security policy.
Forensic Data Collection
Indicates whether or not WildFire integration is enabled.
Displays the Connection status and level of protection on the endpoint. The Traps console opens to the Status tab by default.
Displays security events that have occurred on the endpoint.
Displays the processes that the Traps agent protects that are currently running on the endpoint.
Displays changes to the endpoint security policy including the date and time of the update.
Verdict Updates tab
Displays changes in verdict for executables that have been opened on the endpoint.
Displays language options that you can use to change the language of the Traps Console.
Check In Now link
Initiates an immediate update of the security policy.
Displays the status of the connection between Traps and ESM Server.
Displays the date and time that Traps last received a heartbeat message.
Open Log File...
Opens the most recent trace file on the endpoint.
Send Support File
Creates a zipped file of traces and sends it to the forensic folder.
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View Changes to the Security Policy from the Traps Console
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Phase 3: Automated Detection
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Verify Connectivity from the Endpoint
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Manage Data Collected by Traps
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