SRM Firewall Deny Hits

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SRM Firewall Deny Hits

I'm running SRM 1.2 on a 6600ax and I set up FW entries to Deny access from certain countries and I notice that the hits increase daily from a certain country.
My question is: How do I inspect the DENY entry to find out exactly what is going on?
Is there a log entry and I just don't where to look?
Thanks in advance.
 

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