Selecting this option will log any newly found threats, or changes observed for any existing threat, to the syslog server. Changes include a threat being removed, quarantined, waived, or executed.
The threat is not set to automatically run when the system starts.
The threat is set to automatically run when the system starts.
It cannot be determined if the threat is set to Auto Run or not.
Ranges from 1 to 100
A file with a score ranging from 1 to 59 is considered Abnormal.
A file with a score ranging from 60 to 100 is considered Unsafe.
Background Threat Detection
Watch for New Files
Running Module Scan
This is the name of the device on which the threat was found.
This is the type of drive or storage device the threat originated from, if known. The drive type includes: CDROM, Fixed, Network, None, No Root Directory, RAM, and Removable.
A new threat has been found in an Unsafe state.
An existing threat has been cleared (removed). This occurs when a threat_removed event is generated.
A new threat has been found in the Quarantined status.
A new threat has been found in the Waived status.
The behavior of an existing threat has changed (examples: score, quarantine status, running status).
A file is classified as corrupt because the file appears to be malformed and cannot run, or the file may contain a malformed file structure.
This is a Threat event.
This is the name of the threat (file).
This is the owner of the threat (file).
The file is an archive file.
The file is a Windows executable.
The file is a Linux executable.
The file is a macOS executable.
The file is a Microsoft Office file.
The file is a PDF (Portable Document Format).
The file type could not be determined.
This is the date and time the threat was found on the device.
This is the IP address or IP addresses for the device.
The threat is not classified as malware (Threat Classification).
The threat is classified as malware (Threat Classification).
The threat is not running.
The threat is currently running.
Is Unique to
The threat is not unique to
The threat is unique to
Cylance(has not been identified by other antivirus products).
This is the MD5 hash for the file.
This is the path to the file.
This is the SHA256 hash for the file.
The threat is considered Abnormal.
The threat was cleared by deleting the threat, either using the Console or on the endpoint.
The file is corrupt or otherwise invalid.
The file has been quarantined by either adding it to the Global Quarantine List or quarantining it on a specific endpoint.
The threat is considered Unsafe.
The file has been waived by either adding it to the Global Safe List or allowing it to run on a specific endpoint.
The file is unavailable due to an upload constraint (example: file is too large to upload), the file is unavailable for analysis.
The file is classified as malware.
The file might be a potentially unwanted program (PUP).
The file is considered a potentially unwanted program (PUP).
The file is considered trusted.
Cylancehas not analyzed this file.
These are the names of the zones where the threat was found.
Example message for threat events
BlackBerry Protect Desktop: Event Type: Threat, Event Name: threat_found, Device Name: SH-Win81-1, IP Address: (10.3.0.132), File Name: virusshare_00fbc4cc4b42774b50a9f71074b79bd9, Path: c:\ruby\host_automation\test\data\test_files\, Drive Type: None, File Owner: SH-Win81-1\Exampleuser, SHA256: 1EBF3B8A61A7E0023AAB3B0CB24938536A1D87BCE1FCC6442E137FB2A7DD510B, MD5: , Status: Unsafe, Cylance Score: 100, Found Date: 6/1/2015 10:57:42 PM, File Type: Executable, Is Running: False, Auto Run: False, Detected By: FileWatcher), Zone Names: (Script Test,Server Test), Is Malware: False, Is Unique to Cylance: False, Threat Classification: File Unavailable