Monitor and manage your endpoints in Nebula on the go with the Malwarebytes Admin companion app. This app contains a limited feature set that allows administrators to view their console and take action on threats while away from their desks.
Select a topic below to learn more:
The following operating systems are supported for the Malwarebytes Admin app.
- iOS: 13, 14, 15, 16
- iPadOS: 13, 14, 15, 16
Coming - Admin app for Android devices.
Open the Apple App Store and search for Malwarebytes Admin, or tap here from your mobile device.
Once the app is installed, log into the app with your Nebula credentials.
When two-factor authentication (2FA) is enabled for your account, a two-factor authentication code is required to log into the app.
Single Sign-On (SSO) is not supported. Log in directly with your Nebula credentials if SSO is enabled.
If you don't remember your Nebula password, tap Forgot Password and enter your email address to receive a password reset email.
The dashboard displays widgets that provide an overview of your endpoints. For more information on widgets, see Dashboard page in Nebula. The following widgets are available on the Dashboard:
- Endpoint status: Displays the number of endpoints in each status. Tap on a status to navigate to the Endpoints tab with the selected status as a filter. For information on what to do for each status, see Manage endpoints in Nebula.
- Detections by type: Displays the types of detections found across your endpoints in the last 90 days. Use this to determine the attack vectors Malwarebytes is blocking within your environment.
- Active endpoints: Displays the total number of endpoints versus the number of endpoints that have communicated with Nebula in the last 7 days. Use this to determine if your endpoints are not properly communicating with Nebula.
- License usage: Displays the number of licenses used out of the number of licenses of available. Use this to determine if you need to contact sales to add additional licenses.
The Endpoints tab displays information for each endpoint managed in Nebula and allows you to perform actions on them from your mobile device. Only endpoints in Nebula groups that you manage are visible. Super Admins have access to all Nebula groups.
Tap Filter to select filters and then tap Show Results to apply the filter. Choose between the following filters:
- Endpoint Name
- Operating System
- Operating System Version
Tap Clear all to remove all applied filters.
Swipe left on an endpoint to perform an action on an endpoint. Choose between the following actions:
- Scan + Report
- Scan + Quarantine
- Check for Protection Updates
- Check for Agent Updates
- Update Agent
- Remove Isolation
To perform bulk actions on multiple endpoints at once, tap Actions, and select the desired endpoints. Then choose between the actions at the bottom or tap More for additional options.
For detailed information on the available actions, see Perform actions on endpoints in Nebula.
Tap on an endpoint on the Endpoints tab to display the Endpoint View page. This page provides additional information on each endpoint such as policy name, agent version, Last User, MAC Address, Location, and actions may also be performed from this page.
Malwarebytes uses a 3rd party IP lookup service to determine the device location, which is anonymized to a 25-mile radius for privacy reasons. The accuracy is expected within 99% on a country level, and around 60% on a city level for the United States.
For more information on endpoint details, see Manage endpoints in Nebula.
Watch this video to learn how to configure the Admin app:
Manage users takes you to the Users page.
Tap Add user to add another Nebula user. Enter the email address, select a role, and select which the groups the new administrator can access. For more information on user roles and the process of adding a user, see Manage Users in Nebula.
Once a user is added, an invitation email is sent to the new administrator, and the user has 14 days to accept the invitation. If the invitation expires, select their name and tap Resend Invite Email.
If a user needs to be deleted from Nebula, select the user and tap Delete User.
Once you're done with the app, tap Logout to sign out of the Admin app. Otherwise, you will be automatically logged out based on your session timeout settings. This setting must be configured from cloud.malwarebytes.com. For more information, see Configure session timeout settings in Nebula. To be confirmed.