The Overview page of the Cloud Firewall console displays the overall protection capabilities and statistics on your Cloud Firewall. The statistics include unhandled events, protected assets, security protection data, traffic trends, scenario-specific data, and recent updates. On the Overview page, you can obtain the overall security status of your network assets.

Go to the Overview page

Log on to the Cloud Firewall console. In the left-side navigation pane, click Overview. The Overview page appears, as shown in the following figure.

Overview page
The Overview page consists of seven sections. You can click the following links to view the individual sections:
In the upper-right corner of the Overview page, you can view the edition and remaining validity period of your Cloud Firewall. You can also perform the following operations:
  • Click Bandwidth Upgrade, Upgrade, Renew, or Auto Renewal to perform specific operations. For more information, see Upgrade and renew.
  • Click More to view the details of your Cloud Firewall. The details include Protected Internet Traffic, Recent Peak Traffic, Public IP Address Quota, Protected VPCs, Audit Logs Stored, and Multi-account Quota.
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Unhandled Event

This section displays the protection situation of your assets. In this section, you can view Breached Hosts, Detected Vulnerabilities, Open Ports, and Risk Outbound Connections that Cloud Firewall detects.

Unhandled Event
In this section, you can perform the following operations:
  • Specify a time range for query: In the upper-right corner of the section, click the time drop-down list and select a specific time range. The valid values are Last 1 Day and Last 7 Days.
  • Handle an exception event: Move the pointer over a specific type of exception event and click Handle Now. On the page that appears, you can view and handle the exception events of this type. For example, click Handle Now in Risk Outbound Connections. The Outbound Connections page appears, and you can handle exception events of this type.
    For more information about how to handle different types of exception events, see the following topics:

Asset Protection

This section displays the protection status of your assets. In this section, you can view Internet Firewall, VPC Firewalls, and Internal Firewalls to check the number of the public IP addresses that are protected by specific firewalls and the number of the public IP addresses that are not protected by specific firewalls.

Asset Protection

In the upper-right corner of this section, select Auto-renewal by Month to enable Cloud Firewall to continuously protect your network assets.

If an asset is not protected, you can enable the required firewall on the Firewall Settings page of the Cloud Firewall console. For more information, see Enable or disable Internet Firewall and Enable or disable VPC Firewall.

Protection

This section displays the numbers of times that specific modules are triggered to protect your assets. In this section, you can view Total Attacks Blocked, Intrusions Blocked, Requests Blocked, and Vulnerability Exploits Blocked.

Enabled protection capabilities
In this section, you can perform the following operations:
  • Specify a time range for query: In the upper-right corner of the section, click the time drop-down list and select a specific time range. The valid values are Last 1 Day and Last 7 Days.
  • View details: Click Show in the lower-right corner to view the statistics on different protection modules.
    For more information about the protection modules, see the following topics:

Security Policies

This section displays the statistics on access control policies. In this section, you can view Intelligent Policies to be Delivered and Total Access Control Policies. You can also view the change in Total Access Control Policies from the last seven days.

Security Policies

On the Access Control page, you can view and deliver the intelligent policies that are recommended by Cloud Firewall. For more information, see Apply intelligent policies.

In the upper-right corner of this section, you can click View Best Practices to view the best practices of Cloud Firewall.

Traffic Trends

This section displays the trends in the overall traffic of your assets that are protected by Cloud Firewall, as well as the changes in the sessions whose inbound or outbound traffic is blocked by Cloud Firewall.

Traffic Trends
In this section, you can perform the following operations:
  • Specify a time range for query: In the upper-right corner of the section, click the time drop-down list and select a specific time range. The valid values are Last 1 Day and Last 7 Days.
  • View a specific trend: Switch between the Traffic Trends, Blocking Trends of Inbound Traffic, and Blocking Trends of Outbound Traffic tabs to view the specific trend.

Scenario Data

This section displays the information about brute-force attacks and scanning risks that Cloud Firewall detects on your assets.

Scenario Data
In this section, you can perform the following operations:
  • Specify a time range for query: In the upper-right corner of the section, click the time drop-down list and select a specific time range. The valid values are Last 1 Day and Last 7 Days.
  • View the data of a specific scenario: Switch between the Brute Force and Scan tabs to view specific data.
    • Brute Force: displays the statistics on brute-force attacks and the rankings of attacked applications and assets. The statistics include Attacks, Blocking, Applications, and Assets.
    • Scan: displays the statistics on scanning risks and the rankings of scanned applications and assets. The statistics include Attacks, Blocking, Applications, and Assets.

Recent Updates

This section displays the update records of Virtual Patches, Rules, and Features of Cloud Firewall.

Recent Updates

You can switch between the Virtual Patches, Rules, and Features tabs to view specific update records.