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How to delete vsys and its associated objects on the Firewall and Panorama

Symptoms This article outlines the steps to delete a vsys and related objects from a firewall managed by Panorama.  Diagnosis Vsys are configured as a part of templates in Panorama. Vsys contains interfaces and policies and there are certain interdependencies that could pose challenges when committing the configuration. Solution Step 1.

crajariyap,
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Palo Alto Networks Reports Fiscal Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2016 Financial Results

Palo Alto Networks® (NYSE: PANW), the next-generation security company, today announced financial results for its fiscal fourth quarter and fiscal year 2016 ended July 31, 2016.

Santa Clara, CA
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Palo Alto Networks Unveils New WildFire European Cloud Hosted in the Netherlands

Palo Alto Networks new WildFire European Cloud enables customers to submit data for analysis within European borders and benefit from Global Threat Prevention.

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Migration Tool Assistance

I am having nothing but probelsm accessing the Migration tool. I have VMware loaded with the VM, I go into nmtui and set a static ip address, I reboot the VM, after that still can't ping or access the took outside of the VM. I did get it working yesterday,

zombieautopsy,
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How to Export The Device State Using XML API

Overview Palo Alto Networks XML API uses standard HTTP requests to send and receive data, allowing access to several types of data on the device. The data can then easily be integrated with and used in other systems. Using XML API you can also export the device state, which is used

hzayed,
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Users Getting Phished? 5 Ways to Protect Data

Phishing is an old technique – I mean, really old in internet age. I first got an email address in 1996 while studying engineering. And the phishing technique was described in detail in a paper and presentation delivered nine years prior to that. Yes, in 1987! A program called AOHell included a function for stealing the passwords of America Online users and, according to its creator, contains the first recorded mention of the term “phishing.” User education helps, but you can’t depend on it Organizations often attempt to contain the …

Navneet Singh,
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Introducing WildFire Regional EU Cloud: Preventing Global Threats While Keeping Data in EU Borders

Today’s complex threat landscape, combined with the diversity and volume of traffic in the modern customer environment, make accurate and effective threat prevention very challenging. This problem is compounded when considering the challenge of detecting new, never-before-seen (also known as “zero-day”) malware and exploits. A global, cloud-based, community-driven approach to threat analysis is key to achieving the best possible threat intelligence and prevention in order to effectively defend against a community of attackers who, themselves, share information, attack methods and techniques. However, many organizations around the globe are limited in …

Karin Shopen,
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Palo Alto Networks Unveils New WildFire European Cloud Hosted in the Netherlands

Palo Alto Networks® (NYSE: PANW), the next-generation security company, today announced that customers in Europe can now benefit from the power of Palo Alto Networks WildFire™ cloud-based threat analysis and prevention capabilities from a data center located in the Netherlands. With local resiliency built-in, this helps European organizations meet their data privacy needs via the WildFire EU (European Union) cloud.

Santa Clara, CA
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Identifying and Blocking Google Drive when Using Chrome-cached Session

Symptoms Google Drive access works using Google Chrome browser based on the cached session.   Scenario   End host has accessed Google Drive or is logged in to the account from home, but when the laptop is enrolled on the office network, the firewall is not able to identify and block

smalayappan,
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Disrupting the Attack Lifecycle

This brief breaks down the different stages of the attack lifecycle and discusses steps that should be taken at each stage to prevent an attack.

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DotW: What is Peer-Split-Brain?

I'm sure a lot of you have encountered this problem.  Seeing a particular error message but it's not clear what exactly it means.  It's especially confusing when you see a rather concerning message but you are not experiencing any issues.  This is exactly what happened to community member @zewwy a while

kiwi,
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Weekly Recap 35

FEATURED THIS WEEK Tips & Tricks - How does the ACC work? @jdelio The answer is here! Includes links to other ACC articles: All about ACC for PAN-OS 7.0 and beyond, how to use ACC and the comprehensive ACC FAQs. A wealth of information at your fingertips.    In our

carnould,
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Minemeld - Cannot create new Miner Node

Heya All,   I've been testing out minemeld and have it a bit of a brick wall.. When I attempt to create a new miner node via CONFIG > NEW, it completes successfully but the node cannot be found listed under nodes so I cannot add it as an input

WillCoulter,
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Streamlining Security Policy Management within the Software-Defined Data Center

Data center security policy definition, deployment and management has traditionally remained a manual process, which is error-prone and tends to limit the effectiveness of the defined security posture. The security posture is weakened with the usage of rudimentary network domain specific layer-2/layer-3 primitives such as IP addresses, VLANs, ports and protocols that do not detect or prevent sophisticated attacks from finding a way around layer-2/layer-3 based policies. The challenge of defining a uniform, automatable security policy is further exacerbated when sources of security policy are spread across multiple point products …

Sai Balabhadrapatruni,
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Palo Alto Networks Brings Tomorrow to Today at VMworld 2016

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Migration Tool Help

So i dowloaded and installed VMware, I downloaded and unpacked the Migration tool.  It loads fine in VMware, i go into nmtui and change the IP from dynamic to static, and assign an IP address for the subnet i am on. But when i try to HTTPS to the ip

zombieautopsy,
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Running MineMeld on VMWare desktop

I have set up the trusty server and the minemeld iso however I am unable to login to the ubuntu shell with the provided default username and password. any thoughts?

haigroup,
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Palo Alto Networks News of the Week – August 27, 2016

Did you miss any of this week’s Palo Alto Networks action? Don’t worry, we’ve rounded up the top news right here. Unit 42 researchers found Hancitor downloader shifted its attack strategy on infected PCs. Were you stumped by any of the LabyREnth CTF Unix track challenges? Get the solutions.

Justin Hall,
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Meet Palo Alto Networks Experts at VMworld 2016

Getting excited for the VMworld conference in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Convention Center next week? Well, our experts are excited to meet you! Stop by booth #1423 to meet with our experts who will be providing hands-on labs that highlight the integrations between VMware products and the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform. While you’re there, stick around for some demos to understand our prevention-oriented approach to cybersecurity. As a reward for checking out our in-booth presentations, demos, and hands on labs, you’ll be entered for a chance to …

Catherine Crandall,
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LabyREnth Capture the Flag (CTF): Unix Track Solutions

Thanks to the incredibly talented community of threat researchers that participated in LabyREnth, the Unit 42 Capture the Flag (CTF) challenge. Now that the challenge is closed, we can finally reveal the solutions of each challenge track. We’ll be rolling out the solutions for one challenge track per week. Next up, the Unix track.

Richard WartellTyler HalfpopJeff White,
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Cyberthreat Information Sharing: An Industry Imperative to Increase Australia’s Cyber Resilience

It’s no doubt cybersecurity provides longevity to a business and can help differentiate it from its competitors – for both good and not so good reasons. Organisations, both in the public and private sector, need to have strong cybersecurity fundamentals to provide trust and confidence to citizens, businesses and customers alike. As we have seen, though, the threat landscape is not abating and it will continue to evolve. Our cyber adversaries are becoming more sophisticated, sharing tools, exploits and attack methods, and automating their processes. In doing so, they have …

Sean Duca,
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Minemeld - Cannot create new Miner Node

Heya All,   I've been testing out minemeld and have it a bit of a brick wall.. When I attempt to create a new miner node via CONFIG > NEW, it completes successfully but the node cannot be found listed under nodes so I cannot add it as an input

WillCoulter,
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ASA NAT Issues

I am converting and ASA version 9.2(3)4 and MT version 3.3.12.   It import the NAT polices correctly then the NAT policies change the matching security policies to the public translated address from the Private internal address. This verion of ASA requires the destination address to be the private address. Is

jtraeden,
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Palo Alto Networks to Present at Upcoming Investor Conferences

Palo Alto Networks® (NYSE: PANW), the next-generation security company, today announced that its management will be presenting at the following financial community events:

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Channel Scoop – August 26, 2016

Sit back and relax. Let us do the information gathering and give you the channel scoop. This week was our annual Sales Kickoff (SKO) attended by more than 800 partners, representing more than 300 partner companies from around the world. One of the hot topics from the event was about how we can work together with our partners to continue generating demand and winning more deals together. At SKO we unveiled 3 new channel partner kits, designed specifically for our partners: Traps v3.4: this channel partner kit has it all, …

Lang Tibbils,
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In 2016, G7 Makes Cybersecurity a Priority and Paves the Way for Track 1.5 Multi-Stakeholder Discussions

(This blog post is also available in Japanese.) Leaders from Japan, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, the UK, and the US, as well as representatives of the European Union, gathered for the G7 Ise-Shima Summit in Japan May 26-27 to address major global economic and political challenges. Notably, for the first time at a G7 Summit, their discussions included cybersecurity. In fact, the “G7 Ise-Shima Leaders’ Declaration” released May 27 contains several consensus items regarding cybersecurity, captured as a standalone topic, reflecting the critical importance and geopolitical consequences of this issue in …

Danielle KrizMihoko Matsubara,
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Japan’s Cybersecurity Guidelines for Business Leadership – Changing the Japanese Business Mindset and Potentially Raising the Global Bar

(This blog post is also available in Japanese.) In May 2015, 1.25 million pieces of personal information were stolen by cyber thieves from the Japan Pension Service (JPS). The news of the event reverberated throughout Japan similar to the headlines created after the Office of Personnel Management hacking a month later in the United States. The JPS event, on top of a recent series of information leaks, was shocking enough to raise cybersecurity awareness among corporate executives in Japan and shape Japan’s cybersecurity posture.

Mihoko MatsubaraDanielle Kriz,
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Putting the METI Cyberthreat Information Sharing Recommendation Into Action in Japan

(This blog post is also available in Japanese.) In our May 2016 blog post, we described Japan’s new Cybersecurity Guidelines for Business Leadership Version 1.0, issued by the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry (METI) and its Information-Technology Promotion Agency (IPA), and the positive progress seen in Japanese industry since the Guidelines’ release in December 2015. This follow-up blog post analyzes one of METI’s specific recommendations: that companies undertake more cyberthreat information sharing. We provide our thoughts on what more can be done to improve and enhance the cybersecurity …

Mihoko MatsubaraDanielle Kriz,
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Palo Alto Networks Makes Big Managed Services, Cloud Push With New VP And Programs

Palo Alto Networks is investing big in building out its cloud security and managed security services offerings for partners, rolling out new programs around the areas and hiring a new vice president to lead the charge. The Santa Clara, Calif.-based vendor did an informal rollout of two new programs at its Sales Kickoff event in Nashville, Tenn., this week, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Channels Ron Myers told CRN. The company has also hired Nigel Williams as vice president of MSSP channels to lead that charge.

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Cybersecurity: Why sharing is more than just caring

CYBERSECURITY is often evaluated in terms of dollars and cents: How much will this solution cost, and how much does it save for the company? More often than not, this results in security departments facing challenges in getting their leadership and management teams’ buy-in to invest in the technology, people, and processes needed to defend an organisation against cyberattacks. While the impact of today’s cyberthreats is growing, many organisations still consider the management of these risks an IT issue, separate from main corporate and business concerns.

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