User-ID Agent: wildcard support in ignore_user_list.txt

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User-ID Agent: wildcard support in ignore_user_list.txt

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A customer of mine uses a mix of prefixes and suffixes for service and privileged accounts respectively, and needs to ignore these accounts to prevent incorrect mappings. This is especially true where policy applies to non-privileged groups, if a non-privileged user accesses resource with privileged account (e.g. RDP NLA) and their expected policy does not apply.

 

In an ideal world, the ignore-user list should look like this:

*.adm
svc-*

 

The privileged accounts (*.adm) cannot be excluded with a wildcard because it can only be used "as the last character in the entry". In theory this should work for service accounts (svc-*) however that entry is not in the exclude list when viewed from the firewall yet the unsupported entry (*.adm) is:

 

> show user user-id-agent config name {agent}

...

Ignore Users:
*.adm

 

>

 

Is there a simple way to ignore ip-user-mapping for accounts matching a specific suffix, or must we add users individually (or outsource the job to a powershell script)?

 

Matt

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Hi @mb_equate ,

 

In the meantime, why not add your vote to the existing feature request (ID: 7423add ignore list entries using a wildcard at the beginning of the usernames). 

 

To add your vote to this feature request, please reach out to your local sales rep and have him add your vote to FR ID 7423.

 

Cheers !

Kiwi.

 
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Community Team Member

Hi @mb_equate ,

 

In the meantime, why not add your vote to the existing feature request (ID: 7423add ignore list entries using a wildcard at the beginning of the usernames). 

 

To add your vote to this feature request, please reach out to your local sales rep and have him add your vote to FR ID 7423.

 

Cheers !

Kiwi.

 
LIVEcommunity team member, CISSP
Cheers,
Kiwi
Don't forget to hit that Like button if a post is helpful to you!

Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

suffix wildcards are not supported in the ignore-user-list, you could try to convince your customers to start using .svc just like they did for .adm 🙂

Tom Piens
PANgurus

Yeah support speculate it's to prevent potential costly misconfigurations of regex lookups, we've hit our SE up for the FR 🙂

 

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