The Assets page in the Security Center console displays security information about each protected server. The information includes the risk status of the server, the group to which the server belongs, the region where the server is deployed, and the Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) network where the server is deployed. This topic describes how to filter assets by using search conditions and the column filter to view the security status of specific servers.

Procedure

  1. Log on to the Security Center console.
  2. In the left-side navigation pane, click Assets.
  3. On the Server tab, you can view the security status of the protected servers.
    Perform the following operations as needed:
    • Filter by server state
      • The All server section displays the numbers of All servers, Risky servers, Unprotected servers, Inactive servers, and New servers.All servers

        To view the details of a server, click the name of the target server, or click View or Fix in the Actions column. For more information, see Manage individual assets.

      • You can click Risky server, Unprotected server, Inactive server, or New server to view the security status of corresponding servers.Asset types
    • Filter by server group
      • You can click Server Group to view the total number of Server Groups and the numbers of Servers, servers that are at Risk, and Unprotected servers in each server group.Server groups

        You can Manage or Delete a server group in the Security Center console. For more information, see Manage asset groups.

      • Find the target server group, click the number in the Servers, Risk, or Unprotected column to view the security status of the servers in this server group. For example, find the 2008 Server Group, and click the number in the Risk column. Servers that match the Risk Status: At-risk and Group Name: 2008 search conditions are listed.View a server group
    • Filter by server region
      • You can click Region to view the total number of Regions and the numbers of Servers, servers that are at Risk, and Unprotected servers that are deployed in each region.Server regions
      • Find the target region, and click the number in the Servers, Risk, or Unprotected column to view the security status of the servers deployed in this region. For example, find the China (Zhangjiakou-Beijing Winter Olympics) Region, and click the number in the Servers column. Servers that match the Region: China (Zhangjiakou-Beijing Winter Olympics) search condition are listed. You can view the security status of these servers.View servers in a region
    • Filter by VPC network ID
      • You can click VPC to view the total number of VPC networks and the numbers of Servers, servers that are at Risk, and Unprotected servers that are deployed in each VPC network.VPC networks
      • Find the target VPC network, and click the number in the Servers, Risk, or Unprotected column to view the security status of the servers in this VPC network. For example, find the noncloudEcs VPC network, and click the number in the Unprotected column. Servers that match the VPC ID: noncloudEcs search condition are listed. You can view the security status of these servers.View servers deployed in a VPC network
    • Filter by asset importance
      In the Asset Importance section, you can click Important Assets, General Assets, or Test Asset to view the security status of corresponding servers.Asset importance
    • Filter by tag
      You can click a tag on the left side of the asset list to view the security status of the servers that have this tag.Tags
    • Filter by search condition
      You can click All server, Server Group, Region, VPC, or a Tag, and use the search bar above the list of Assets to filter specific servers.
      • You can specify the OR Boolean operator to filter specific servers:

        Above the list of Assets, you can select a search condition, and select or enter a keyword in the search bar to filter specific servers. Supported search conditions include Internet IP, Private IP, Instance name, Instance ID, VPC ID, System, Baseline problems, Vul problems, Alert problems, Risk Status, Online or Offline, ECS status, Tag, Group name, and Region.

        Note

        You can select multiple search conditions simultaneously and specify the Boolean operator between each search condition. Boolean operators are described as follows:

        • Boolean operators:
          • AND: specifies the AND logical relation between each search condition.
          • OR: specifies the OR logical relation between each search condition.
        • If you want to filter servers that match at least one of the specified search conditions, you must specify the OR Boolean operator.
        • If the search condition requires you to enter a keyword, enter a keyword and click the Search icon. Results are displayed after you click the Search icon.
        For example, if you select Region and Region: China (Hangzhou) as one search condition, and Region and Region: China (Qingdao) as the other search condition. Then, you specify the OR Boolean operator between these search conditions. After you click the Search icon, assets that are deployed in the China (Hangzhou) or China (Qingdao) regions are listed.Multiple search conditions
      • You can specify the AND Boolean operator to filter specific servers:
        If you want to filter servers that simultaneously match all the specified search conditions, you must specify the AND Boolean operator. For example, if you select Region and Region: China (Hangzhou) as one search condition, and Online or Offline and Online or Offline: Online as the other search condition. Then, you can specify the AND Boolean operator between these search conditions. After you click the Search icon, powered-on servers that are deployed in the China (Hangzhou) region are listed.Multiple search conditions

        You can also select Server Group, Region, VPC, or a Tag, and use the search bar above the list of Assets to filter specific servers.

    • Save frequently used search conditions
      After you specify the search conditions, you can save them as frequently used search conditions. Click Save and enter a name in the Save condition dialog box that appears. Then, you can select the saved search conditions from the Frequent search conditions drop-down list on the right of the search bar.Save frequently used search conditions
    • Customize displayed information

      On the Assets page, you can click the Settings icon in the upper-right corner to customize the information that is displayed in the asset list.

      The Settings iconColumns