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This article applies to Code42 cloud environments.

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Trusted domains for Visualizations

Add Trusted Domains in Data Preferences to filter out Read by browser or other app file events from domains you trust. Adding trusted domains helps focus your investigation on file activity that may be a higher risk. File activity on a specific domain is only considered trusted starting the date the domain was added. 

Filtering for alert notifications

Code42 only alerts you about untrusted activity
Code42 automatically filters Read by browser or other app file events to alert you only about activity that occurs outside the domains you trust. While Code42 still records this activity (and you can view it in Forensic Search), you will not be notified by either the Exposure on an endpoint or Suspicious file mismatch alert rules when these file events occur on domains you trust. Go to Settings > Data Preferences to update trusted domains settings as needed. 
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