About the Signals page

The Signals page lists the system signals that are available to a site. A signal is a descriptive tag about a request.

Before you begin

Be sure you know how to access the web interface controls.

Limitations and considerations

The Signals page is only included with the Essential platform. Professional and Premier platform users can monitor signal activity via the Signals Dashboard page.

About the Signals page

Selecting Signals from the site navigation bar displays the Requests page.

From this page, you can:

  • view the system signals for a site. Each signal contains a brief description, a status (e.g., enabled, disabled), and the number of requests that have been tagged with the signal.
  • use filters to narrow down the signals list. You can filter by whether the signal is an attack or anomaly and by category (e.g., OWASP attack, scanner, CVE).
  • enter text into a search bar to find a signal by tag name or description.
  • click View for a signal to access a detailed overview of the signal's activity and configuration.
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