View information about malicious files detected in SharePoint, OneDrive, or Microsoft Teams
Office 365 ATP for SharePoint, OneDrive, and Microsoft Teams protects your organization from malicious files in document libraries and team sites. When a malicious file is detected, that file is blocked so that no one can open, copy, move, or share it until further actions are taken by the organization's security team. Read this article to learn how to view information about detected files and what actions to take.
In order to perform the tasks described in this article, you must have the necessary permissions for the Security & Compliance Center.
View reports with information about detected files
To view status and detailed information about files that were detected by Office 365 ATP, you can use the Threat Protection Status report.
In the Security & Compliance Center, choose Reports > Dashboard > Threat Protection Status.
In the upper right corner of the report, choose View details table.
View the list of files that were detected in the report.
Select an item in the list to view detailed information, including actions taken, the file name, the file path, and more.
Choose the Advanced Analysis tab to view information, such as observed behavior and analysis details.
View and take action on files in quarantine
In the Security & Compliance Center, choose Threat management > Review > Quarantine. (You can also go directly to https://protection.office.com/quarantine.)
In the upper left corner, change the drop-down menu from Emails to Files. If the list of results includes too many items, use the Filter functionality to narrow down the selection.
Select an item in the list to view detailed information, including the file's URL.
Choose an available action.
Choose Release file to unblock the file.
Select Send report to Microsoft to report the file as a false positive to Microsoft.
Choose Download file to investigate the file further.
Choose Remove from quarantine to remove the file from the list of quarantined items. If you choose this option, you must also delete the file from its respective library in SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business, or Microsoft Teams. This option does not unblock a file from being opened or shared.
Choose Close to close the details for a selected item.