Trapsd.log contains allowed files in restriction profile

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Trapsd.log contains allowed files in restriction profile

L3 Networker

Is it normal behavior that the trapsd.log file contains the list of allowed files in my restriction profile.

Since this is only names of files and not hashes, an attacker could take advantage of this list





L2 Linker

It is normal in the fact that this how it's done currently, but now is it secure to do this, no it isn't. Try to raise it through a support ticket, I guess the more that raise those kind of issues the more chance there is for Palo Alto to fix it.

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