This chart displays the count of total instances in your account and their status. Press each status section on the ring to get a list of the instances and their details.
The following are the possible statuses and their description:
Table: Server threat status description
An Orange color ring indicates that the instances of a region are at risk. An instance can be at risk for any of the below reasons:
Agent is not installed
Anti-Malware definitions are out-of-date.
The latest version of the agent is not installed.
The agent has not communicated with the Cloud Workload Protection server for 10 days.
For a Linux instance if a threat is detected for a period between 7 to 14 days, then the instance is at risk.
When only the IDS protection is available
A Red color ring indicates that the instances of a region are compromised. In this case, the Cloud Workload Protection detects a threat in the instance, which has not been remediated. The instance is also compromised if the agent does not respond to the IPS, IDS, and the Anti-Malware services, or if no policy group is applied on the agent.
For a Linux instance if a threat is detected for a period of 7 days then the status is compromised.
A Green color ring indicates that the instances are secured and no action is required to be taken.
A secure status means:
The latest version of the agent is installed.
Anti-Malware definitions are up-to-date
Policy group is applied on the agent.
The agent is continuously communicating with the server.
Either of Anti-Malware and IPS Protection is available.
For a Linux instance if a threat is detected for a period of more than 14 days then the status is Secure.
A Grey color ring indicates that Cloud Workload Protection is unable to retrieve the instance status or the agent has not communicated with the Cloud Workload Protection server for 30 days.
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