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L1 Bithead

batch input

Hi,

i was wondering if I can input multiple inputs to create custom signature.

For example, one of our clients received a long list of files regarded as threat but not listed in threat vault. Because the list is long they would like a simpler method rather than just typing one by one.

 

Regards,

Zaki


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L5 Sessionator

Hi Zaki,

 

there is no such set application or script that could help you with this. Depending how easy your list might be to implement, you could take a look at creating few signatures by hand, committing, exporting that saved configuration, and than writing your own script to insert the rest of the signatures following example of the first few ones imported manually. Once you are done, try importing this back into the firewall.

 

Other than that, I am not sure if there is other automated ways - you could look into using API as well, probably.

 

Regards


Luciano

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L5 Sessionator

Hi Zaki,

 

there is no such set application or script that could help you with this. Depending how easy your list might be to implement, you could take a look at creating few signatures by hand, committing, exporting that saved configuration, and than writing your own script to insert the rest of the signatures following example of the first few ones imported manually. Once you are done, try importing this back into the firewall.

 

Other than that, I am not sure if there is other automated ways - you could look into using API as well, probably.

 

Regards


Luciano

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L1 Bithead

Hi Lucky,

 

Interesting idea, i'll give it a try.

 

Thanks

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