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How to Search for the Occurrence of Infected Files in Your Confluence

Background


Whenever an infected file is detected, a comment will be posted to alert the uploader. Thus, you can locate such occurrences by searching for alert messages.

Searching for the alerts thrown by Attachment Checker


Your confluence’s search interface should resemble one of the following

Without Filter Popup

With Filter Popup

Without Filter Popup

With Filter Popup

 

Based on your Confluence search UI, please refer to the steps below to search for comments regarding infected file being uploaded.

Without Filter Popup

Steps

  1. Click on the Search Bar

  2. Add in the search phase

    "Attachment Checker has detected"
  3. Click on Search for '“Attachment Checker has dete…

  4. Click on Custom

  5. Enter Comment

  6. Select Comment

  7. Comment tag will appear

 

And you are done

 

With Filter Popup

Once you’ve clicked on Advanced search, you’d see one of the UI

With additional Hyperlink

Similar to Without Filter Popup

With additional Hyperlink

Similar to Without Filter Popup

 

 

Steps

  1. Slick on the Search Bar

  2. Add in the search phrase

    "Attachment checker has detected"
  3. Click on Type

  4. Select Comment

  5. Click on Advanced Search

 

And you are done

 

 

If you see “CQL search” instead,

a. Click on Basic search

b. Click on the search icon

 

 

Plugin Collaboration


With Canned Search for Confluence

Using a default query term, we can list out the pages we want users to pay attention to

For more information, look at our CQL marketplace listing