For complete protection, signature #38407 must be applied upstream from any interfaces implementing SSL Decryption, or hosting a GlobalProtect portal or a GlobalProtect gateway.
I have 760 content update applied. I tryed to scan ma GP interface using https://robotattack.org/ scanner and of course I'm voulnereable because I'm using PANOS 8.0.6h3 but in threat logs I see nothing related to ROBOT or 38407 attack.
What security policy I should have to protect before this attact? I'm not using SSL decryption.
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What security policy permits traffic from Untrust to your GP Portal/Gateway? Do you have an explicit policy defined, or are you relying on the default/implicit intra-zone permit policy (which defaults to no logging)?
You can either create an explicit policy before the intra-zone policy that permits untrust to untrust/gp portal+gateway, with vulnerability signatures & logging enabled... or you can modify(override) the default intra-zone policy and make your changes on the action tab.
@reaperYes You are right. I'm using external interface in GP configuration.
I checked KB and I found link
Do You have better doc for it?
as we know ... in the future for sure will be another volnureability so the best option will be properly configure GP to use ThreatPrevention to protect it.
thanks for the clarification... "upstream" getting the most emphasis. Also good to know the added benefit of running on loopbacks vs interfaces. Have to tuck that away for future reference. Thanks!
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