Colleagues, good afternoon. There was a question about integrating a firewall with third-party sandboxes to send files for review, such as cuckoosandbox or checkpoint, is there such an opportunity and where can I find documentation or information about similar experiences?
Does wildfire have functionality for checking files on third-party resources besides virus total?
That currently doesn't exist. Palo Alto has formed a lot of partnerships with other companies so that it isn't just using virus total, but you currently can't control this at all.
It is necessary that after checking in wildfire the file is delayed until the file information from a third-party resource is received.
That's not a functionality of WildFire at all. When the firewall sees a file it will check the files hash against its database of verdicts. IF it has never seen that hash before, the firewall will allow the file and take a copy for analysis; by the time it's being analysed by WildFire the file transfer to the first client has already finished.
When you say
the firewall will allow the file and take a copy
Does this mean that this PC can get infected as PA paases the traffic but remaning users who want to access this
file will wait for WF verdict and can be protected if WF finds that file has bad data?
No, other user would also still receive the file if there isn't a signature. The file is sent to the user (potentially malicious) and the user has potentially received something malicious that you will need to remediate after a WF verdict is reached.
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