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Current I.P., Historical I.P. & Remote I.P. address in NTP attack logs of SEPM 12.1

Created: 21 Jun 2013 • Updated: 23 Jun 2013 | 2 comments
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What is the meaning of current i.p. address, historical i.p. address & remote i.p. address in "Network Threat Protection" attack logs of SEPM 12.1

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Rafeeq's picture

Current IP Address

This is the IP address the client has now (or had at the last time it talked to SEPM). 

Historical IP Address

This is the IP address the client had when the attack occurred. 

Remote Host IP

This is the IP address of the other guy (usually the guy attacked this system)

Ambesh_444's picture

Great Answer Rafeeq...Thanks a lot.

Thank& Regards,


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