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Mobile Analysis

The Mobile analysis display screen contains a list of vulnerabilities discovered by scanning an ActiveSync, Apple Profile Manager, AirWatch, Good, and/or MobileIron MDM servers.

The table below indicates the options available for mobile queries:

Mobile Filter Options

Option Description

Analysis Tool Filter

Analysis Tool

This drop-down is used to choose the analysis tool used by the filter. This is the same as selecting the desired analysis tool from the Analysis -> Mobile dialog.

Active Filters

This field displays the existing filters and allows the user to selectively remove filters as needed.

Filters

Identifier

This is a text based search filter that looks at the Identifier field in the repository.

MDM Type

The MDM type field is a drop-down menu to select the MDM server type of ActiveSync, Apple Profile Manager, Good, AirWatch, and MobileIron MDM server.

Model

This is a text based search filter that looks at the Model field in the repository.

Operating System CPE

This is a text based search filter that looks at the Operating System CPE field in the repository.

Plugin ID

Enter the Plugin ID to filter results on.

Plugin Output

Filter results based on a text search of plugin output.

Repositories

Display vulnerabilities from the chosen repositories.

Serial Number

This is a text based search filter that looks at the Serial Number field in the repository.

Severity

Displays vulnerabilities with the selected severity (Info, Low, Medium, High, Critical).

Username

This is a text based search filter that looks at the User field in the repository.

Version

This is a text based search filter that looks at the OS Version field in the repository.

Vulnerability Last Observed (Cumulative only)

This filter allows the user to see when the vulnerability was last observed.

 

Options Menu

The following options are available under the Options drop-down menu in the upper right-hand corner of the event analysis screen:

Save Query

This option saves the current mobile view as a query for reuse. If this link is clicked, a dialog similar to the one below is displayed:

The table below describes the available query options:

Query Options

Option Description

Name

Query name

Description

This option enables users to provide a description of the query.

 

Export as CSV

Mobile results can be exported to a comma-separated file for detailed analysis outside of SecurityCenter by clicking on the Options menu and then the Export as CSV option. When selected, a window opens with an option to choose the columns to be included in the CSV file.

If the record count (rows displayed) of any CSV export is greater than 1,000 records, a note is displayed that prompts for the name of the CSV report to be generated. When complete, the report can be downloaded from the Report Results screen. For CSV exports of under 1,000 records, the browser’s standard Save As dialog window is displayed.

Once the appropriate selections are made, click the Submit button to create the CSV file or Cancel to abort the process.

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