The Security status page displays a list of active security warnings for the MCU. To access this information, go to
Security warnings identify potential weaknesses in the security of the MCU's configuration. Note that some security warnings might not be relevant for your organization. For example if the MCU is inside a secure network, enabling HTTP may not be a security issue. For information about all possible security warnings, refer to Understanding security warnings.
To acknowledge a security warning, select that warning and click. Acknowledged warnings will not appear on the MCU's Home page. If the MCU reboots, the warnings are reset and previously acknowledged warnings will need re-acknowledging.
To fix a security issue, click on the Action link for the warning message relating to the issue. When you fix a security issue, the security warning disappears from this list (on the page), but it will be logged in the Audit log. For more information about the audit log, refer to Working with the audit logs.
Refer to the table below for details of the information displayed.
The text of the security warning.
For every security warning, the state will one of:
When you fix a security issue, the security warning disappears from this list, but it will be logged in the Audit log. For more information about the audit log, refer to Working with the audit logs.
For every security warning, there is a corresponding action that explains how to fix the security issue. Usually this is a link that takes you to the page where you can make the configuration change that will fix the security issue.
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