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Administration Guide

Scanning Statistics

The Scanning Statistics widget displays information about the files that have been scanned over a specific time period.

This widget displays the following information:

Rating

The file rating refers to the rating categories.

Sniffer, Device(s), On Demand, Network, Adapter, URL, All

The input type from which the files were received.

The URL type is for scanned URLs received from FortiMail devices, URLs extracted from forwarded email body of BCC adapter, URLs from ICAP adapter, and sniffed URLs in email traffic.

Malicious

The number of files scanned for each input type that were found to be malicious in the selected time period.

Click the link to view the associated jobs.

Suspicious - High Risk

The number of files scanned for each input type that were found to be suspicious and posed a high risk in the selected time period.

Click the link to view the associated jobs.

Suspicious - Medium Risk

The number of files scanned for each input type that were found to be suspicious and posed a medium risk in the selected time period.

Click the link to view the associated jobs.

Suspicious - Low Risk

The number of files scanned for each input type that were found to be suspicious and posed a low risk in the selected time period.

Click the link to view the associated jobs.

Clean

The number of files scanned for each input type that were found to be clean in the selected time period.

Click the link to view the associated jobs.

Other

The number of files for each input type which have an unknown status. Unknown status files include jobs which have timed out, crashed, been canceled by the user through a JSON API call, or been terminated by the system.

Click the link to view the associated jobs.

Processed

The total number of files processed for each input type in the selected time period.

Pending

The number of files pending. Pending files are files that are have just been received and have not been put into the job queue, and files that have been put into the job queue but have not yet been processed.

Processing

The number of files that are being processed.

Total

The total number of files for each input type in the selected time period.

Select the Edit icon to type a custom widget title, enter the refresh interval, and select the time period. The default refresh interval is 600 seconds. The default time period is the last 24 hours.

If the device is the Master node of a cluster, the numbers in this widget are the total job numbers of all cluster nodes.

Scanning Statistics

The Scanning Statistics widget displays information about the files that have been scanned over a specific time period.

This widget displays the following information:

Rating

The file rating refers to the rating categories.

Sniffer, Device(s), On Demand, Network, Adapter, URL, All

The input type from which the files were received.

The URL type is for scanned URLs received from FortiMail devices, URLs extracted from forwarded email body of BCC adapter, URLs from ICAP adapter, and sniffed URLs in email traffic.

Malicious

The number of files scanned for each input type that were found to be malicious in the selected time period.

Click the link to view the associated jobs.

Suspicious - High Risk

The number of files scanned for each input type that were found to be suspicious and posed a high risk in the selected time period.

Click the link to view the associated jobs.

Suspicious - Medium Risk

The number of files scanned for each input type that were found to be suspicious and posed a medium risk in the selected time period.

Click the link to view the associated jobs.

Suspicious - Low Risk

The number of files scanned for each input type that were found to be suspicious and posed a low risk in the selected time period.

Click the link to view the associated jobs.

Clean

The number of files scanned for each input type that were found to be clean in the selected time period.

Click the link to view the associated jobs.

Other

The number of files for each input type which have an unknown status. Unknown status files include jobs which have timed out, crashed, been canceled by the user through a JSON API call, or been terminated by the system.

Click the link to view the associated jobs.

Processed

The total number of files processed for each input type in the selected time period.

Pending

The number of files pending. Pending files are files that are have just been received and have not been put into the job queue, and files that have been put into the job queue but have not yet been processed.

Processing

The number of files that are being processed.

Total

The total number of files for each input type in the selected time period.

Select the Edit icon to type a custom widget title, enter the refresh interval, and select the time period. The default refresh interval is 600 seconds. The default time period is the last 24 hours.

If the device is the Master node of a cluster, the numbers in this widget are the total job numbers of all cluster nodes.