Details regarding the user interface of the ZeroLock™ Management Console's main Dashboard
The home screen of the ZeroLock™ Management Console (ZMC) is called the Dashboard. Providing a wealth of information at a glance, the display is split into five (5) areas: Banner, List of Homepages, Status, Recent Alerts, and Activity Log.
The ZeroLock banner is the starting point for managing the ZeroLock Management Console (ZMC) itself. From this point on the upper right of the ZMC, you are able to access the current alerts status, edit the contact information of the logged in user, change the password for the user, and setup Multifactor Authentication (MFA) for the user.
1) Open AlertsSelecting OPEN ALERTS takes you to the ALERTS section. The three (3) tabs to the right represent the counters for the severity types of alerts – High, Medium, and Low. Selecting any of these will also take you to the ALERTS section.
2) User ProfileTo the right of the counters is the Profile button. The initial on the button represents the logged in user who, in this case, is the Default Tenant ‘superuser’. On selecting the button, a drop-down screen appears with the User name and Manage Account. The user name is static, but Manage Account is interactive.
This will log you out of the ZeroLock Management Console.
For a more information on the ZMC Banner please use the link - ZMC Banner .
List of Homepages
The Status section consists of twelve (12) tiles that provide a snapshot of the current state of each monitored section of ZeroLock protected systems (Endpoints).
There are four (4) tiles dedicated to specific malicious activity ZeroLock is protecting the endpoints from.
Three (3) tiles representing the protection alerts generated for:
- Program Execution
- Network Access
- File Access
Five (5) tiles depicting the following information:
- SSH MFA logins
- The number of alerts generated each day over the last 7 days.
- The total number of alerts generated by all endpoints.
- The number alerts generated by each endpoint.
- A visual of the connections status of the endpoints.
An alert is generated when ZeroLock detects system behavior that meets criteria set forth by previously configured Control Policies and Rules.
Recent Alerts provides information for up to 100 alerts. The most recent six (6) alerts are visible, with the ability to scroll down to see any previous alerts.
1. ID: The number of the alert. Starts with one (1).
2. TIME: Date and Time of the alert event. Format: dd-mm-yy hh:mm:ss.
3. STATUS: Options for cyberthreats: Blocked, Released, Remediated, and Suspended. For SSH MFA only Success is shown. The number of Failed Attempts may be found on the SSH MFA tile on the Dashboard.
4. SEVERITY: Rating of attack: Low (Green) or High (Red).
- Ransomware (ransomware detection)
- Cryptojacking (Crypto-mining/cryptojacking detection)
- Tampering (Anti-tamper detected)
- Blocked (A process has matched a HASH rule in place)
- SSH-MFA (Successful SSH-MFA session creation)
- Lockdown Rule (Lists the type of rule violated)
6. ENDPOINT: By number and name.
7. INFO – If malware, the number of files infected. If SSH-MFA, User ID and IP address. If a Lockdown rule, the name of the rule violated.
- Malware: 45 files affected
- SSH-MFA: User: testuser1 IP:10.0.0.1
- Lockdown Rule: MITRE T1041 Block wget
Clicking anywhere on a row takes you to the ALERTS page for that specific alert incident where much more detailed information may be found. For example, clicking on the ID 40 row brings you to the screen below.
For additional information please use this link - Alerts page.
The Activity Log tracks every User’s activity. The TIME column contains the Date and Time of the activity. Format is dd-mm-yy hh:mm:ss.
Under the INFO column is a brief description of the activity performed. Examples of the activity tracked include both successful and failed login attempts, connecting to endpoints, SSH sessions, disconnecting from endpoints, resetting passwords, editing configuration profiles. etc.
For more information, please see the Vali Cyber support page.