Samples that firewalls submit for WildFire
analysis are displayed as entries in the
on the firewall web interface. For each WildFire entry, you can
open an expanded log view which displays log details and the WildFire
analysis report for the sample.
Mozilla Firefox users:
The WildFire Analysis Report displays correctly only in Firefox
v54 and earlier releases. If you experience issues viewing the report,
consider using a different web browser such as Google Chrome. Alternatively,
you can download and open the PDF version or view the report through
the WildFire portal.
To view samples submitted by a firewall to a WildFire
public, private, or hybrid cloud, select
When WildFire analysis of a sample is complete, the results are
sent back to the firewall that submitted the sample and are accessible
in the WildFire Submissions logs. The submission logs include details
about a given sample, including the following information:
The Verdict column indicates whether the sample
is benign, malicious, phishing, or grayware.
The Action column indicates whether the firewall allowed
or blocked the sample.
The Severity column indicates how much of a threat a sample
poses to an organization using the following values: critical, high,
medium, low, and informational.
The values for the
following severity levels are determined by a combination of verdict
and action values.
Low—Grayware samples with the
action set to allow.
High—Malicious samples with the action set to allow.
Benign samples with the action
set to allow.
Samples with any verdict with the action set to block.
For any entry, select the Log Details icon to open a
detailed log view for each entry:
log view displays Log Info and the WildFire Analysis Report for
the entry. If the firewall has packet captures (PCAPs) enabled,
the sample PCAPs are also displayed.
all samples, the WildFire analysis report displays file and session
details. For malware samples, the WildFire analysis report is extended
to include details on the file attributes and behavior that indicated
the file was malicious.