ZoneAlarm 2019 software records various events in a log file. It also generates security alerts, which fall into one of these categories:
If you want to reduce the number of alerts, or log entries, or change which events your ZoneAlarm 2019 software records and which alerts it generates, you can:
To set the levels of alerts and logging events:
|High||Shows all alerts.|
|Medium||Default. Shows high-rated security alerts. Most of them indicate hacker activity.|
Shows Program alerts only. See Ensuring Application Security ("Using Application Control for Application Security" on page 44) for more information on this type of alerts.
Note - Program alerts let you decide whether to grant or to deny access to a particular program.
|High||Default. Creates a log entry for every program alert.|
|Medium||Creates log entries for high-rated program alerts only.|
|Off||Does not create log entries for program alerts.|
You can further customize the list of alerts and logs you want to see.
To select the alerts and logs you want to see:
You can also clear all logs and customize these logging settings:
To set the log archive frequency:
By default, the logs are saved in:
You can change the location and the name of the log file.
To change the log archive location:
To view the log file in a text editor:
Click View Log.
To delete the log file:
To reset logging settings to default:
Click Reset to Default.
To resent all logging counters:
Click Reset Counters.
To save and exit:
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