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Security Rule - Service Not Equal to Any - Interpreting BPA Checks - Policies

 

 

This video provides information about why you want to specify the application and services port is set to prevent malware from accessing the network through open ports.

 

The "service not equal to any" column checks to see if a specific service/port is configured for a security policy rule. The best practice assessment check ensures the service field is set to a specific port or to an application-default.

 

For more information on application-default under service, please review the following articles:

Tips & Tricks: What Does Application-Default Under Service Mean?

What is a Service?

Security Rule Behavior with Applications Allowed with Service "Any"

 

 

For additional resources regarding BPA, visit our LIVEcommunity BPA tool page.
View videos regarding BPA Network best practice checks.
View videos regarding BPA Policies best practice checks.
View videos regarding BPA Objects best practice checks.
View videos regarding BPA Devices best practice checks.
You may also view other BPA video playlist on the LIVEcommunity YouTube channel.
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