Zercurity keeps track of all the applications (binaries) that are installed across all of your Assets across all platforms.
Risk Represented by either a; red, orange or green icon of the applications platform.
Red Caution. The application is known to be malicious and will have been blocked from running. However, administrators should investigate the incident.
Orange Warning. The application is untrusted or suspicious. This could mean the application is malicious and depending on your configuration may have been executed as a result. You will need to check which Assets this application has been installed on.
Green Approved. This is a known good and trusted application. Which has been allowed to run on an asset.
Grey Unknown. This application’s status is unknown. It will be in the process of being checked.
Name / Package The application name. This will typically be the name of the binary.
Version The applications version. There will typically be numerous versions of an application. Zercurity will group and track all the application versions. Alerting you to out-of-date applications.
Assets The number of Assets the application has been installed on.
Created The date of when Zercurity first detected this application binary.
Updated The date of when this application was updated. Applications may get updated because the application’s description is updated or the applications risk profile changes.