Manage sites in Malwarebytes OneView

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Manage Malwarebytes activity your sites on the Sites screen. Add new sites, edit or delete existing sites, or deploy Malwarebytes products to sites.

 

Each site row shows the name of the site on the left. On the right are site indicator icons, the term type for the site, and a Manage Security link to jump into the site from OneView.

 

The site indicator icons show the following:

Site end date not assigned: This site does not have an end date. The end date shows when the site contract expires.

Site administrator assigned: This site has at least one administrator assigned to it in OneView.

Suspicious activity: This site has at least one endpoint with suspicious activity found. Investigate suspicious activity to keep your endpoints protected.

Needs scan: This site has at least one endpoint that hasn’t had a scan in some time. Regular scans are important to keep endpoints free of threats. Hover over the icon to see how long it has been since the last scan.

Needs remediation: This site has at least one infected endpoint that needs remediation. Keep your endpoints clean to reduce downtime and the spread of infection.

Needs restart: This site has at least one endpoint that needs a reboot. Endpoints must reboot to complete remediation or make changes to software.

 

To the right of the site indicator icons is the site’s term type. A site’s term type can be:

  • Trial: The site is currently in a product trial period.
  • Paid: The site is using licensed product subscriptions.
  • No Sub: The site has no product subscriptions enabled.

 

Find sites

In the top right of the Sites screen are three buttons:

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Search: Find a specific site or filter available sites by name. This is useful if you manage many sites.

Filter: Limit sites on screen by active alerts or pending tasks.

  • Alert filters include seat, trial, and subscription information.
  • Task filters include actions needed on the endpoint, such as remediation, reboot, or scan.

Add site: Create a new site OneView site.

 

Connect directly to sites

You may access a site’s management console directly from Malwarebytes OneView.

 

At the top right of the site panel, click Manage Security to open the site console in a new browser window. Only Administrators or Site Administrators can use this feature.

 

Connect to the Malwarebytes console to review or configure Malwarebytes Cloud Platform options for the site. Administrators may evaluate and remediate malware that has not been removed automatically.

 

For more information on the Malwarebytes Cloud Platform console, see the Malwarebytes Cloud Platform Administrator Guide.

 

 

Site Information

Click on a site row to expand the site details. When expanded, sites have three panels:

  • Protection Summary: Shows Endpoint Status, Endpoint Tasks, and Endpoint Detections information.
  • Subscription Summary: Details on the site product subscription, including license information, term length, and if the subscription is Paid or Trial.
  • Site Info: The primary site contact and site creation date.

 

If a site has no subscriptions, available details are the site contact information and site creation date. Add a subscription to a site to populate the site details.

 

 

Protection Summary

The Protection Summary section gives an overview of endpoint statuses, actions needed, and current detections.

 

Endpoint Status

This panel shows the number of managed endpoints, endpoints online for 30 days, and endpoints that haven’t checked in for 30 days.

 

The Infected section shows the number of endpoints that had a malware infection cleaned by a Malwarebytes product.

 

Endpoint Tasks

This panel shows when action is necessary on endpoints. These statuses match the statuses on the collapsed site bar.

 

The tasks shown are:

Suspicious activity: This site has at least one endpoint with suspicious activity found. Investigate suspicious activity to keep endpoints protected.

Needs scan: This site has at least one endpoint that hasn’t had a scan in some time. Regular scans are important to keep endpoints free of threats. Hover over the icon to see how long it has been since the last scan.

Needs remediation: This site has at least one infected endpoint that needs remediation. Keep your endpoints clean to reduce downtime and the spread of infection.

Needs reboot: This site has at least one endpoint that needs a reboot. Endpoints must reboot to complete remediation or make changes to software.

 

If a site has tasks that you’d like to investigate, click Manage Security to access the site.

 

Endpoint Detections

This panel shows the number of sites with malware detection in the last 72 hours. Malware are grouped by category according which items you have selected.

 

Select categories to display relevant detection data in the chart. Categories are Exploit, Malware, Ransomware, Websites, PUMs, and PUPs.

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