View file details

Extensive information is available to you on each file on the Submitted Files page. Clicking a file's score or name opens the information window. The name of the selected file appears at the top of this window and the file details are organized across multiple pages. The tab for the currently displayed page is underlined. 

The following chart explains the information you'll find on each page.

Analysis Results
View a breakdown of the elements that contribute to the confidence rating assigned to the selected file. The confidence rating is clearly displayed on the tab. See the article View a file score for details.
File Details
View a variety of information on the selected file. Information is organized across three sub-pages.
  • The Properties page displays the fingerprint details (that is, the hashes that are used to uniquely identify a file). The basic file details (including the file name, MIME type, and size), as read from the properties file, are also provided.
  • The Products page displays the details for each product line with which the file is associated.
  • The Signatures page displays any signatures on the file, along with their associated certificates.
Relationships
See how the selected file is related to other files. Information is organized across four sub-pages.
  • The Parent Containers page displays all packages known to contain the selected file.
  • The Contents page lets you examine the file's subcomponents. Expand each subcomponent to view the contents in a tree format. Click any subcomponent to repopulate the entire information window with the details of that selection.
  • The Subcomponent Suppliers page displays a list of suppliers associated with the subcomponent files. The number to the right of the supplier name indicates the number of subcomponents associated with the supplier. Expand each supplier to view these subcomponents.
  • The Subcomponent Licenses page displays a list of the licenses associated with the subcomponent files. The number to the right of the license indicates the number of subcomponents associated with the license. Expand each license to view these subcomponents.
NTIA SBOMs
View the SBOMs — Software Bills of Materials — generated for the selected file. You can generate a new SBOM on this page. You can also download and delete existing SBOMs.
VDRs
View the VDRs — Vulnerability Disclosure Reports — generated for the selected file. You can generate a new VDR on this page. You can also download and delete existing VDRs.
Firmware Analysis
View the Firmware Analysis Report for the selected file. If one doesn't exist, you can submit the file to Refirm Labs for additional analysis. This tab only appears if firmware analysis capability has been enabled for your organization.
Vulnerabilities
See details of the vulnerabilities that the supplier has chosen to associate with the selected file.

Work through the following steps to locate a file and view its details.

  1. Use the Files menu in the sidebar to navigate to the Submitted Files page.
  2. Locate the file you want to view.

     Search Tip

    Use the filter and search features to display a set of files with specific attributes or help locate a particular file. See Filter and search for files for full instructions on using these features.

  3. Click a file name or the file's score to open the information window.
  4. Click a tab to display the related information.
    Some pages display information across multiple sub-pages. Use the tabs on the left side of the window to flip through the sub-pages.
  5. Use the buttons across the top of this window as needed.

    Back/Forward
    The Back and Forward buttons let you navigate through the recently viewed files. The navigation history is erased when you move off the Submitted Files page in the web portal or sign out of FACT.
    Refresh
    The Refresh button updates the information on the page. This is useful if the file is still being processed and details aren't yet fully available.
    Get Shareable Link
    The Get Shareable Link button displays a link to the current file that you can copy to share with a colleague or save to easily return to this results window.
    Download File
    The Download File button lets you download the current file to your computer. This feature is enabled only for files owned by your organization (the bytes were uploaded when the file was submitted to FACT and no other organization had previously uploaded the bytes). This feature is available only for specific user roles.
    Download & Print
    PDF Report
    The Download & Print PDF Report generates a PDF report of the information across all pages of the information window for the current file and downloads it to your computer.
  6. Click OK when you are finished viewing the file details to close the window.
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