New to Palo Alto firewalls and new to this forum.
Can I please ask how I go about changing the Wildfire action on a jar file to block? The action for this file has been to allow the file, despite the file being flagged as "malicious, as can be seen below:
I wish to change the action to "block", as is the case with the "pe" files I can see in the Wildfire logs, as can be seen here:
Many thanks in advance.
Dear BPry, many thanks for your reply.
I have checked the Anti-Virus profile that is assigned to the applicable rule (Internet to Email Gateway) and the WildFire action is set to "reset-both" for all the listed decoders, including smtp, as can be seen here:
It would therefore seem that some other setting is at play here that is not immediately obvious.
I have examined the WildFire Analysis security profile, but this is set to analyze any file type and any application, so there does not appear to be a applicable setting here:
I'll continue to investigate..
So one thing to potentially think about is if wildfire actually 'knew' about the file yet. A file that hasn't been inspected by WildFire which doesn't have identifyable markers for the Antivirus engine may log an as an 'alert' action until a wildfire signature has been generated for it. That may explain why you are seeing 'alert' actions rather than the desired 'reset-both' with this traffic.
Many thanks for your reply and theory for why the email was allowed despite being malicious.
I have captured the timestamps of the Wildfire evets here, in case that helps accurately diagnose the issue:
WildFire Analysis Summary
Does this information give more visibility to the issue?
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