Monthly Archives: March 2013

Configuring Vulnerability Prevention

I’ve spend some time on testing thevulnerability protection feature on a Palo Alto Firewall. I’ve launched some client-side exploits in the hope they will be detected. And Yes, traffic was blocked. The can read my result of my test in … Continue reading

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How to Logon with Domain Credentials to a Server in a Workgroup

Normally, you logon with either a local username or a domain username on a server. Servers in the DMZ are difficult to manage since they all contain the same local administrator or different local administrator account. But what if you … Continue reading

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Configuring WildFire

I’ve been playing around with WildFire, results can be found in the following document: http://www.accessdenied.be/blog/documentation/Configuring WildFire.pdf    

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