Upgraded to PAN OS 5.0 last weekend, got home from the Ignite Conference and was looking through the Threat Logs and I see a bunch of entries for spyware based on DNS signatures (new feature in PAN OS 5.0). Is there anyway to find out more information about this? I know it says Generic in the name, so I'm guessing this is a broad category. It would be nice if there was something similar to the Applipedia for these new DNS signatures. Thanks for any suggestions, I am going to try and dig deeper into the the box that is throwing those log messages.
I agree or at least a place to report false positives like generic:channahon.org which is a municipal site. Perhaps in the past they hosted malware but I cant imagine it being continuously either way I have no way of knowing.
Is there currently any explanation of what the 'Categories' mean e.g. difference between Generic and Trojan-Dropper (the two I've seen so far, though I know the latter at least is fairly obvious!).
It would also be nice to be able to split the policy and block some and not others (based on category etc).
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