The following document provides information on how to activate and configure the Remote Security Audit service for your ClearOS system. For an overview of the features and benefits of the service, please review the service information here.
If your system does not have this app available, you can install it via the Marketplace.
You can find this feature in the menu system at the following location:
<navigation>System|Security|Remote Security Audit</navigation>
You can enable and disable the Remote Security Audit service from your ClearOS system. A report on recent updates is also provided.
The Remote Security Audit service includes a report of recent activity on your system. When a significant event occurs, an audit report is e-mailed to either the account administrator, or notification e-mail addresses specified for the system. You can manage these notification e-mail addresses via your online account - go to <navigation>Systems|System Settings|Alert Notification</navigation> in the menu.
The goal of the security audit is to pick up clues that typically result from a server containing malicious data. This can be determined by:
On a regular interval, the security audit will:
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