Displaying articles for: March 2017

LiveWeek 11:2017

by ‎03-31-2017 06:41 PM - edited ‎05-11-2017 10:27 AM (2,146 Views)

Detect and prevent malicious Disttrack activity. All the scoop and all the protection for Shamoon 2. Match different URL categories and verify which is used in a security policy. Untrust to untrust zone? There's more to NAT than meets the eye, especially considering the 'zone' factor. More about the pre-logon mode in GlobalProtect. The March issue of the LiveWire newsletter is here, lighting the way to your very own Live Community t-shirt for Ignite.

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What's this pre-logon mode in GlobalProtect exactly?

by ‎03-27-2017 05:26 AM - edited ‎05-11-2017 09:05 AM (4,441 Views)

We already discussed on-demand and user-logon modes in GlobalProtect. So what exactly is pre-logon mode and why would you need it?

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I'm gonna make him a NAT rule he can't refuse

by ‎03-22-2017 09:13 AM - edited ‎05-11-2017 08:07 AM (3,188 Views)

 Most of the time, your NAT rules will be pretty simple, there's going to be a trust to untrust so your users can go out and surf the web, and then there's the untrust to untrust so your webserver is accessible to the outside.

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DotW: URL Categories - match different categories

by ‎03-20-2017 12:55 PM - edited ‎05-11-2017 07:28 AM (1,388 Views)

This week's discussion of the week talks about what happens when a single URL returns more than one URL category and how to verify which one is used in a security policy.

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LiveWeek 10:2017

by Community Manager on ‎03-17-2017 08:30 AM - last edited on ‎05-11-2017 10:24 AM by (2,204 Views)

March Madness is in full swing - use Custom App-ID to manage it.  Go beyond default response pages.  Set up your log forwarding like a pro!  Learn about GlobalProtect on-demand and get more security with GlobalProtect in user-logon mode.  Step by step demo on how to configure the Panorama access domain to limit administrative access.  Threats and Dynamic Updates for U. 

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Azure to PAN VPN (A is for...)

by ‎03-15-2017 11:36 AM - edited ‎05-11-2017 07:27 AM (4,762 Views)

Do you want to know more about Microsoft Azure and how to configure a VPN to a Palo Alto Networks firewall? If so, please click to read all about it.

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There's a key?!

by ‎03-14-2017 04:28 AM - edited ‎05-11-2017 08:06 AM (1,499 Views)

Every door has a key. Did you know your firewall has one too?

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Custom Response Pages

by ‎03-13-2017 04:54 AM - edited ‎05-11-2017 09:04 AM (3,910 Views)

Don't want no dull or default response page? Find out how to make more dynamic and explanatory response pages!

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LiveWeek 9:2017

by on ‎03-10-2017 06:17 PM - last edited on ‎05-11-2017 09:27 AM by (1,736 Views)

Use things to block stuff. Running into a wall trying to make sense of all the logging? Learn how to set up logging like a pro! Do you want GlobalProtect but still want full control over connecting and disconnecting? GlobalProtect on-demand is exactly what you want. As an administrator, you want to control those naughty users and make sure they follow company policy at all times. Let GlobalProtect with user-logon take care of that for you! T is for Threats and U is for Updates and this is all 4 U!

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Make more sense using filtered log forwarding

by ‎03-07-2017 06:17 AM - edited ‎05-11-2017 09:02 AM (2,799 Views)

Are you running into a wall when trying to make sense of all the logging? Don't be that guy and check out this article to find out how you can set up your log forwarding like a pro!

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Blocking stuff with things

by ‎03-06-2017 02:12 AM - edited ‎05-11-2017 08:04 AM (3,331 Views)

If you need to block a certain type of application but are not sure how, there may be an interesting trick you haven't considered yet.

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LiveWeek 8:2017

by on ‎03-05-2017 10:36 PM - last edited on ‎05-11-2017 09:24 AM by (1,492 Views)

Check out our closed captioned video and Harden Your Configuration while watching...or reading along! A user new to Palo Alto Networks needs to migrate the configuration from a Cisco ASA firewall to Palo Alto Networks. Migrating a configuration can be tricky if you have more than a few rules. If you have copious rules, and thousands of objects, groups, and IP addresses, you'll want to abandon the manual mission and use our tool instead.

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