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Checking the rule name of monitoring logs on the Endpoint Sensor (TMES) server console

    • Updated:
    • 19 Oct 2016
    • Product/Version:
    • Trend Micro Endpoint Sensor 1.6
    • Platform:
    • Windows 2008 Enterprise
Summary

TMES server only shows the monitoring logs with “Rule Category”, “Host” and “Objects” columns and Deep Discovery Analyzer (DDAN) result.

This article contains steps on how to check the rule name and description in the server console.

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To check the details of rule name and description, do the following:

  1. Use Chrome browser to navigate to the Monitoring Logs page.
  2. Press F12 to open the Web Developer Tools.
  3. Go to the Network tab.

    Click Network

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  4. Reload the page by pressing F5.
  5. Check the result of “ListDetailInspectedReport?limit=50&offset=0&orderBy=DETECTION_TIME&sort=DESC” and expand the Data section.

    Check result of ListDetailInspectedReport

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  6. The results are listed in order of how it appears on the web console. For the detection time, you can check for the row on the cosole or on the logs, convert the unix time stamp to Date & Time.

    detectionTime

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  7. The ruleId stands for the suspicious event hunted by the TMES Attack Discovery rule. For example, “am-ext-ioc-mal_ransomw01”.

    ruleId

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Solution Id:
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