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Cortex XDR allows you to rapidly detect and respond to threats across your networks, endpoints, and clouds. It assists SOC analysts by allowing them to view ALL the alerts from all PANW products in one place, telling the full story of what actually happened in seconds and allows seamless response.
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Cortex XDR Discussions
Cortex XDR allows you to rapidly detect and respond to threats across your networks, endpoints, and clouds. It assists SOC analysts by allowing them to view ALL the alerts from all PANW products in one place, telling the full story of what actually happened in seconds and allows seamless response.
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Cortex XDR allows you to rapidly detect and respond to threats across your networks, endpoints, and clouds. It assists SOC analysts by allowing them to view ALL the alerts from all PANW products in one place, telling the full story of what actually happened in seconds and allows seamless response.

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Resolved! Exception Exploit Module

Hello Community,

 

I would like to create an exception rule for an IIS worker process w3wp.exe, which module would be the appropriate one where the exception would reside.

 

Based on the documentation here EXPLOIT SECURITY POLICY offers protection ag

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Resolved! Server in the DMZ- unable to Live Terminal Into

All,

 

When looking through the log file of the agent, I ran across this. Can anyone tell me what its for and why is it missing? This was a fresh install of the latest Cortex agent. Thanks.

 

Payload archive file \"C:\\ProgramData\\Cyvera\\LocalSyste

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How to use XQL parse_timestamp

I am trying to convert a string to a timestamp object and cannot understand how the parse_timestamp function works.

My string is as follow : 

"2023-08-17T17:40:38.000246+0300"
 
My XQL query is as follow :
alter
timestamp = parse_timestamp("%Y-%m-%d
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2008 R2 OS version

HI Team

We have a servers in the console with 2008 R2 OS version, so when we tried to upgrade the XDR agent version on these servers through console getting "unsupported older OS version". If XDR agent version expires on the server or machine we don'

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