Untangle Partners with Malwarebytes

Manage Security Across Your Network & Connected Devices with Command Center

Untangle and Malwarebytes have partnered to provide you with a single pane of glass to get visibility across all of your managed networks and endpoints, ensuring consistent and comprehensive security protection. Review detailed network activity and endpoint information including recent antivirus scan results, initiate scans across endpoints, and get alerts when threats are detected. It’s easier than ever to understand what’s happening on your network and take immediate action should the need arise—keeping you in control.
 


 

Features

Command Center centralized management provides administrators with an easy way to manage their Untangle NG Firewall deployments, including these key features:

  • Easily manage dispersed NG Firewall appliances

  • Zero touch provisioning

  • Alerting, threat history & audit logging

  • Clone, edit & push policies; keep appliances synchronized when changes are made

  • Manage configuration backups

  • Invite users with varying access privileges

Additionally, Command Center now provides more information about hosts connected to the network and their security status:

  • IP address, hostname, user name, interface ID, MAC address

  • Operating system, installed software, last scan, scan time, threats found, quarantine status, threats deleted, endpoint protection version

  • Ability to initiate a Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection scan

  • Ability to navigate easily to the Malwarebytes console

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How It Works

See why Untangle and Malwarebytes are better together with these views from Command Center.

Under the Account tab, you can add your Malwarebytes Cloud credentials in the Settings section to allow Untangle to see the hosts on the network.

The Summary lists all of the hosts seen, as well as their details. If a host is running Malwarebytes, the logo will appear on the right side. If a threat is detected, the host will appear in red.

The Endpoint Security information shows more details about the endpoint, allows you to run an antivirus scan, and provides access to your Malwarebytes Console.

The Installed Software tab allows you to see all of the software installed on that endpoint.

Web Events shows all of the event activities, including timestamps, whether the event was blocked or flagged, and the type of category the event falls under.

Settings

Under the Account tab, you can add your Malwarebytes Cloud credentials in the Settings section to allow Untangle to see the hosts on the network.

Summary

The Summary lists all of the hosts seen, as well as their details. If a host is running Malwarebytes, the logo will appear on the right side. If a threat is detected, the host will appear in red.

Endpoint Security

The Endpoint Security information shows more details about the endpoint, allows you to run an antivirus scan, and provides access to your Malwarebytes Console.

Installed Software

The Installed Software tab allows you to see all of the software installed on that endpoint.

Web Events

Web Events shows web sites visited, including timestamps, whether the site was blocked or flagged, and the type of category the website falls under.

Benefits

Untangle Command Center’s integration with Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection is ideal for MSPs and IT professionals who manage small-to-medium business networks, offering these benefits:

  • Understand the security posture of your network and connected devices at a glance from a single pane of glass

  • Get key information about connected hosts alongside firewall status

  • Simplify management on the go with one cloud-hosted, responsive interface providing both Untangle and Malwarebytes administration

  • Take immediate action on any connected host by initiating an endpoint scan

  • Save time and headaches by streamlining oversight and management

Additionally, with Command Center’s extensive alerting capabilities, administrators can receive alerts about the threats that are detected on endpoints being scanned by Malwarebytes via multiple notification profiles (like email, Slack, Pagerduty, VictorOps or a customer webhook), providing greater control and improved response times when incidents do occur.