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Five Keys to Taking On Credentials Theft Right Now

Today’s reality is that the majority of cyberattacks relate to credential theft in some guise. (See related article, “Board Members Should Care–a Lot–About Credentials Theft.”) This ranges from consumer-focused cybercrime that traditionally targets banking credentials, or business oriented attacks that occur that in the middle of the attack lifecycle and try to gain and escalate stolen credentials required access to systems...

Greg Day,
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Generating Certificates from CSR for Decryption

Setting up decryption has been discussed over and over again.  In this nifty tutorial, Adonis Li @AdonisLi provides some additional tips and tricks on how to create the Certificate Signing Request (CSR) and issue Sub-CA certificate from your AD Certificate Service.   This is especially helpful for all clients that are part of the

kiwi,
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How to bypass SSL decryption for an application

SSL decryption is a very strong tool in the hands of an administrator to protect the network and defend against malware, but some web-based applications have such a setup that decryption is not possible, or breaks the application (client certificates, exceptionally strong encryption, pinholing,...) and you need to set up a

reaper,
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The Cybersecurity Canon: The Seventh Sense: Power, Fortune, and Survival in the Age of Networks

Dr. Mansur Hasib reviews The Seventh Sense: Power, Fortune and Survival in the Age of Networks for the Cybersecurity Canon.

Mansur Hasib,
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The Cybersecurity Canon: Information Disposition: A Practical Guide to the Secure, Compliant Disposal of Records, Media and IT Assets

Ben Rothke reviews “Information Disposition: A Practical Guide to the Secure, Compliant Disposal of Records, Media and IT Assets” by Robert Johnson for the Cybersecurity Canon.

Ben Rothke,
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Paranoid PlugX

Unit 42 examines the continued effectiveness of Paranoid PlugX malware.

Tom LancasterEsmid Idrizovic,
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pan-configurator vs migration tool dasboard unused adress totals

Can anyone advise  why pan-configurator show I only have 1232  Panorama unused address objects using below commnad  but the  migration tool dasboard shows nearly 3000 unused adress totals.  Why is there such a big differnce when pan-configurator should show more than migration tool from what I have read. From what

clyde.franklin,
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Join Palo Alto Support

This is my first post.   Please help me to register for Palo Alto Support, so that I can receive e-mail alerts about Application and Threats. For the emergency content updates.

sansevieria31,
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Migration Unused totals vs pan-configurator totals

Why is it thsat with migration tool dash board I have 2932 unused address objects. But when running below pam-configuration for paonrama config I only get  1231? a diff of 1701 objects.    address-edit.php   in=2656.xml out=/dev/null location=shared actions=exportToExcel:recu_any.xls  'filter=(object is.unused)'    **** PROCESSING OF 1231 OBJECTS DONE ****

clyde.franklin,
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Channel Scoop – June 16, 2017

Dive into this week's NextWave Partner Channel Scoop.

Lang Tibbils,
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Determine source for threat alert notification email

Hi everyone, this seems to be quite an odd question, but I was wondering whether it is possible to determine whether a threat alert email has been "sent by" the threat prevention or WildFire? Does the presence of a filedigest indicate that this threat alert notification has originated from WildFire?

dasbirdie,
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False Positive for ThreatSupport_Anti-Malware.exe

Dear Sir or Madam, This Andrey Filatov from Threat Support. You have mistakenly detected the file ThreatSupport_Anti-Malware.exe in Threat Support Anti Malware as malware "(generic.ml)". It is a false positive. It will bring troubles to both our users and affect our reputation. Please check details here: https://www.virustotal.com/file/12bdd27f5f55009413a036a99cf21050bea7ad7eca824a1ac7f20811ef500f10/analysis/1502040662/ You can download

ThreatSupport,
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False Positive for ThreatSupport_Anti-Malware.exe

Dear Sir or Madam, This Andrey Filatov from Threat Support. You have mistakenly detected the file ThreatSupport_Anti-Malware.exe in Threat Support Anti Malware as malware "(generic.ml)". It is a false positive. It will bring troubles to both our users and affect our reputation. Please check details here: https://www.virustotal.com/file/12bdd27f5f55009413a036a99cf21050bea7ad7eca824a1ac7f20811ef500f10/analysis/1502040662/ You can download

ThreatSupport,
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Next-Generation Security for Aviation Environments

Cybersecurity has become an elevated risk for the aviation industry. Palo Alto Networks is noticing that today’s cyber adversaries are more persistent, trained, skilled and technologically savvy than before. This is also recognized by the leaders in this industry, highly sensitive nature of flight systems, passenger data, increase of Wi-Fi connectivity, PCI-DSS compliance and IoT revolution could potentially introduce cyber security vulnerabilities that affect the business.

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Terraform Templates for Cloud-Deployed Palo Alto Network Next Generation Firewalls

The need of the day when it comes to deploying critical applications on the cloud is twofold: There needs to be an automated and repeatable process The applications need to be secured.  Palo Alto Networks embraces these requirements which has led to the development of various templates that can be

vvenkatara,
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Warnings: External Dynamic List is configured with no certificate profile.

Warnings: External Dynamic List is configured with no certificate profile. Please select a certificate profile for performing server certificate validation.   Customer went from 7.1.x to now 8.0.x and is using a MineMeld link in the External Dynami List(EDL).  This link is to a https site.  We followed this

DaBone,
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Accelerating Security Innovation: Introducing the Palo Alto Networks Application Framework

Accelerating security innovation: introducing the Palo Alto Networks application framework.

Scott Simkin,
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INTERPOL Signs First Data Exchange Agreement With Palo Alto Networks

SINGAPORE – August 7, 2017 – Palo Alto Networks® (NYSE: PANW), the next-generation security company, today announced that it is formalising its cooperation with the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI). Palo Alto Networks is the first cybersecurity company to sign a Data Exchange Agreement (DEA) with INTERPOL.

Singapore
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custom miner in super fast installation

Hi,   I trying to install custom miner for minemeld by this instruction: https://github.com/PaloAltoNetworks/minemeld/wiki/How-To-Write-a-Simple-Miner, but path to ft directory in my instalation is different to path in instruction.   And the result is that I can't commit new node, cause of prototype can't find the base class

Sergey_R,
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Preventing Cybercrime Through Collaboration and Information Sharing

Preventing cybercrime through collaboration and information sharing: Palo Alto Networks becomes the first cybersecurity company to sign a Data Exchange Agreement (DEA) with INTERPOL.

Sean Duca,
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Authentication Related Logs

I need two answers.   Q1. WHich logs contains authentication related information because cant authenticate to a firewall GUI ? Choices : dp-monitor.log, Traffic log, ms.log, authd.log, System log    

PCNSE7,
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Syslog miner not recieving the syslog messages

HI All,   I have used the below link to configure Syslog miner, but metrics are not showing up in stats. https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/MineMeld-Articles/Using-the-syslog-Miner/ta-p/77262   I have tried to troubleshoot  using following discussion but no luck https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/MineMeld-Discussions/Mine-s-not-working/m-p/137205#M696   Below are the screenshots of miner, stats, commands.         rsyslog.conf file: - tail

PrasadDigraskar,
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Unit 42's LabyREnth CTF announces contest winners!

The LabyREnth Capture the Flag (CTF) challenge is officially over! We’d like to congratulate our winners from this year’s CTF! << Check out that link for all the scoop and the many thousandaires! Woot! Loot!   In addition, new and improved stats and blogs pages are up! Visit the Honor

editeur,
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LiveWeek 4 Aug 2017

NEW PUBLIC CLOUD INTEGRATION PORTAL: Rapidly deploy the VM-Series in both private and public cloud environments and showcase your success. Check out our public cloud integration portal here in the Live Community. Be sure to share your experience with us.   EPIC-ID for Electronic Medical Records (EMR) is very much 'live'

editeur,
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GlobalProtect Clientless VPN: Now With Expanded Access to Applications

GlobalProtect Clientless VPN: now with expanded acccess to applications.

Brian Tokuyoshi,
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Channel Scoop – August 4, 2017

Dig into this week's NextWave Partner Channel Scoop.

Lang Tibbils,
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Understanding what the widget for IP destination threats means

Hi All,   I am new to Palo Alto - and manage a network, looking through the widgets there's one for destination ip, with the Threat radio button ticked.   The widget shows lots of destinations, I have been asked the question does that mean attacks are coming from our network

DarkNewt,
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New Public Cloud Integration Portal

@mkeil   New Public Cloud Integration Portal in Live Community   Wanted to take a minute and let you know that we have created the Public Cloud Integration portal to provide centralized access to a rapidly growing list of (GitHub) templates and scripts contributed by both Palo Alto Networks and

jdelio,
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LabyREnth CTF 2017 Winners!

Congratulations to this year’s LabyREnth CTF winners!

Richard WartellTyler HalfpopJeff White,
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AV-TEST Validated: Traps Can Replace Legacy Antivirus

The results are in: Traps can replace legacy antivirus.

Eila Shargh,
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