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How to Delete Certificates on a Palo Alto Networks Firewall

Overview This document describes the steps to delete certificates on the Palo Alto Networks firewall via the WebGUI and CLI. Note: Please make sure the certificate to be deleted is not currently in use, as it will not allow you to delete a certificate that is currently being used inside
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New Application Video for Facebook

I’d like to introduce everyone to one of our latest projects here at Palo Alto Networks. In short, we have released the first of a forthcoming series of brief videos, each one focusing on a particular application, its benefits, the risks it brings to the enterprise and how those risks can be properly managed. Our first video covers the ubiquitous Facebook which you can see here. Since this is our first of these videos, we’d love to hear what you think about it. Was it interesting and/or helpful? What other …
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SYN Cookie Operation

A SYN flood is a form of denial-of-service attack in which an attacker sends a succession of  syn requests to a target's system. SYN Cookies are the key element of a technique used to guard against flood attacks. The use of SYN Cookies allows a server to avoid dropping connections
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How do I Add a New Domain Group to Multiple User-ID Agents?

Question We have 10  User-ID Agents at 10 remote locations, nearest their local DC, with 10 Palo Alto Networks devices at each location.  Using the “Filter Group Members” function, we have added AD groups A, B, and C in each agent.  But now we ADD a new AD group to
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Intrusion Prevention News and Errata

This week the Ponemon Institute released a study of almost 600 IT security professionals who overwhelmingly reported an increase in advanced threats and a lack of proper security mechanisms to deal with them.
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Intrusion Prevention News and Errata

Security Teams Losing Ground Against Attackers? This week the Ponemon Institute released a study of almost 600 IT security professionals who overwhelmingly reported an increase in advanced threats and a lack of proper security mechanisms to deal with them. A few important notes: ❯ “Advanced Threat” was defined as a threat requiring a methodology or a combination of techniques as opposed to just one. ❯ 71% of the participants reported an increase in advanced threats compared to the previous year. ❯ 80% believed that their IT management was unaware of …
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NetWitness NextGen Integration

This guide provides instruction on how to integrate NetWitness Investigator and Palo Alto Networks. Upon completion of this guide, you should be able to configure Palo Alto Networks firewalls to pass a custom URI that the user can leverage to pivot into Investigator for further session analysis. owner: mschuricht
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What’s Old is New…

An article on The Last Watchdog points out that the act if monitoring employee activities was not brought about by increased use of FaceBook or Twitter. It is in fact a time honored practice.
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Palo Alto Selected as a Red Herring Top 100 North America Tech Startup

Palo Alto Networks PA-4000 Series Next Generation Firewall Focuses on Identifying and Controlling Applications on the Network
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How to Activate NFR Licenses

Overview Palo Alto Networks distributors and resellers may purchase NFR (Not-for-Resale) devices to use for customer evaluations. This article describes the types of support subscriptions available and how to activate the feature licensing associated with them.   NFR Standard Support (commonly used by partners for short-term customer Evals and Proof-of-Concepts)  
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Palo Alto Networks Extends Firewall Visibility to Remote Endpoints

More and more applications are moving to cloud and more users are moving off-premise.
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How to Delete an Interface Configuration

Overview This document describes the steps to delete an interface configuration. Steps From the WebGUI: Go to Network > Interfaces Select the interface Click 'Delete' and then click 'Yes' in the confirmation dialog to execute the deletion From the CLI: To delete an interface from the CLI, use the following
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Populating URL Filtering Log without a URL Filtering License when Using "X-Forwarded-for"

When parsing of the "X-forwarded-for" attribute is enabled and the source user is unknown, the leftmost IP address (client's IP address) is stored in the source user column of the URL log. If the firewall is not licensed for URL filtering, perform the following to enable sessions to populate the URL log.
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Coping With An Inner Dialog

At one point or another, everyone, including me, will say something that they did not mean to say, or say something that is taken the wrong way. The saying goes, open mouth, insert foot. Others may say I have difficulty coping with an inner dialog.
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Is Mixed Media Type Supported in VWire Links?

Yes, a virtual wire interface can include a mix of fiber and copper interfaces, as long as both sides are Ethernet, however speed and duplex must match on each pair. owner: panagent
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Palo Alto Networks Introduces GlobalProtect for Remote Enterprise Security

Unique private cloud-based approach extends next-generation firewall visibility and control to remote endpoints
San Jose, Calif.
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Vulnerability Profile Actions

This document explains the different actions available for vulnerability profiles. Actions can be specified for each rule in a security profile and for specific threat ID exceptions.   Action Type Action Where Action Details Default Pre-defined action based upon severity Rule Apply pre-defined action that is selected for each threat
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What are the BrightCloud DNS Addresses?

BrightCloud uses dynamic IP addresses. There is no static server setting. The current www.brightcloud.com address can be determined with utilities, such as, nslookup or ping. For example: C:\nslookup brightcloud.com Server: 10.101.2.10 Address: 10.101.2.10 Non-authoritative answer: Name:    brightcloud.com Address: 54.219.206.67 To check for updates, the Palo Alto Networks firewall sends a
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Using Go-to-Meeting with Palo Alto Networks Support

Browse to https://join.gotomeeting.com and enter the ID of the meeting provided by the Palo Alto Networks Support Engineer. GoToMeeting will download if it is not already loaded on your workstation: Once connected, the Palo Alto Networks meeting notification will open From the meeting control panel on the righthand side of
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Understanding PAN-OS NAT

The purpose of this application note is to explain Palo Alto Networks PAN-OS NAT architecture, and to provide several common configuration examples. This paper assumes that the reader is familiar with NAT and how it is used in both service provider and enterprise networks.   For information on configuring NAT
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Tune into Enterprise 2.0 Webcast Featuring Forrester Research

Palo Alto Networks’ Application Usage and Risk Report has regularly reported on the facts of Enterprise 2.0 application use in large organizations.  In many cases, users employ nearly any application they want, despite IT’s efforts at control.  But what about the reasons, causes, and concerns behind the adoption and use of Enterprise 2.0 applications?  What policies (if any) has enterprise IT developed to address these new applications, and how equipped are they to enforce them?
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Palo Alto Networks Radius VSA Dictionary File for Cisco ACS

[User Defined Vendor] Name=PaloAlto IETF Code=25461 VSA 1=PaloAlto-Admin-Role VSA 2=PaloAlto-Admin-Access-Domain VSA 3=PaloAlto-Panorama-Admin-Role VSA 4=PaloAlto-Panorama-Admin-Access-Domain VSA 5=PaloAlto-User-Group [PaloAlto-Admin-Role] Type=STRING Profile=OUT [PaloAlto-Admin-Access-Domain] Type=STRING Profile=OUT [PaloAlto-Panorama-Admin-Role] Type=STRING Profile=OUT [PaloAlto-Panorama-Admin-Access-Domain] Type=STRING Profile=OUT [PaloAlto-User-Group] Type=STRING Profile=OUT owner: panagent
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Prepare for Soccer Hooliganism 2.0

World cup soccer is upon us and millions of people world wide will be clamoring for the latest updates on their favorite teams. In the US, the games are being streamed live by ESPN3, an easily accessible website that can deliver updates during common work hours. But theirs a catch. ESPN3 streaming is being supported by a set of dedicated service providers.
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Adobe Flash Player Multiple Flaws Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code, Conduct Cross-Site Scripting Attacks, and Deny Service

Multiple vulnerabilities were reported in Adobe Flash Player. A remote user can cause arbitrary code to be executed on the target user's system. A remote user can conduct cross-site scripting attacks. A remote user can cause denial of service conditions.
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Packet Capture, Debug Flow-basic and Counter Commands

Before Starting: Check for any configured filters using the command below. Make note of any filters, so that they can be restored later, if needed. > debug dataplane packet-diag show setting Clear all packet capture settings: > debug dataplane packet-diag clear all Clear debug log: debug dataplane packet-diag clear log
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Palo Alto Allows Enterprises to Control Employee Usage of Facebook

When pitching venture firms, entrepreneurs typically include a slide that shows revenue curving sharply up and to the right shortly after launch – what’s known as the “hockey stick” – but even the best companies rarely meet those projections.
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Palo Alto Networks Delivers "Read-Only" Facebook

Gives enterprises more control over which employees can use Facebook, when, and for what purposes
San Jose, Calif.
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Tech Brief

The iPad app that was famous for a few hours, a web browser that strips away adverts, and the man who bought his local police website as revenge for a speeding ticket.
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Next-Gen Firewalls: Control Apps and Protect Networks

In the past, firewalls worked based on their protocol to apply to all available applications. Next generation firewalls, like those being developed by Palo Alto Networks need to better control apps to protect the network. This Info Tech report discusses next-gen firewalls and how compliance and application usage is changing the role of the firewall in network security.
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