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Malware on systems with outdated anti-virus software

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Systems with outdated anti-virus (AV) software can become infected with malware. Use Enterprise Security to identify these systems and update your AV software on those systems.

  • In the Incident Review dashboard, search for critical notable events that have not been assigned to anyone. Use the dashboard filters to search for urgency="critical", status="new, domain="endpoint" and "network".
  • From the search results, determine which of these alerts involve systems that need to be patched or have their anti-virus software updated.
  • Assign the systems that need to be patched or updated to an admin for resolution.
Last modified on 12 July, 2013
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This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Enterprise Security: 3.0, 3.0.1


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