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Protected: Custom Reporting with Palo Alto Firewall

April 19, 2017

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Automate data collection with SecureCRT

April 11, 2017

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On a network device sometimes we have to collect outputs of multiple commands that contains a counter within its output. To get a state from those counters in outputs we must issue the commands that generates the output multiple times and we should realise if a specific counter value increasing quickly or slowly or does […]

yED – a MS Visio alternative or more?

October 25, 2016

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yED is an alternative software for those engineers who are working with linux and dont like microsoft visio and want make network topologies faster and simplier for free :-) There is a lot of features like automatic layout and easy data import and so on it realy intuitive when you use it. One of the […]

Application shifting gone bad – Palo Alto Firewall

October 25, 2016

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The App sophos-live-protection and the Palo Alto dns-proxy Affair As I first met with this problem I just thought its my first vulnerability that I have found :-), but it wasnt! It was the administrator who forgot to go to a palo alto school before touching a palo alto firewall. :-) The firewall I configured […]

Linux Proxy Settings – Kind of SSO? :-)

October 25, 2016

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Set proxy only at login and unset at logout On some Linux Servers I must reach to the Internet through web proxy with user credentials and i dont have a so called service user everytime. Generally I must set the wget and apt-get and the system wide proxy everytime I login and delete before logout. […]

Digital Certificate types – faq

January 17, 2015

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1. What is the difference between machine digital certificate and user certificate? 1.1 Answer Microsoft Windows specifically: ” Local machine certificate store This type of certificate store is local to the computer and is global to all users on the computer. This certificate store is located in the registry under the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE root. Current user […]

Palo Alto troubleshooting commands Part 2.

January 14, 2015

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This is the part 2 of the troubleshooting commands that can help you better understand what and how you can troubleshoot on Palo Alto Next Generation Firewall in cli. The Part 1. can be found here. 1. Capture and logging specific traffic 2. Logging traffic for global counters 3. Updates 3.1 Applications and Threats update […]