PT Application Firewall 3.7.3
PT Application Firewall is a web application firewall (WAF). It ensures continuous protection for applications, users, and network infrastructure while helping meet security standards.
It also detects and blocks network threats, including:
- OWASP Top Ten attacks.
- WASC attacks.
- L7 DDoS.
- Zero-day attacks.
- User interface for managing security rules.
- Advanced application traffic logging.
Get an SSH key pair to connect to a virtual machine (VM).
Create a VM from a public image. Under Image/boot disk selection, go to the Cloud Marketplace tab and select PT Application Firewall. Under Access:
- Enter the username in the Login field.
- Paste the contents of the public key file in the SSH key field.
- Select Grant access to serial console.
Connect to the VM serial console. Use the
positivepassword to log in.
Change the default password.
To skip autoconfiguration and switch to manual setup, select the
0 - Exit to WSCoption.
Run the following commands:
if set eth-ext1 inet_method dhcp dns add 126.96.36.199 config commit config sync
To access via SSH, use the following parameters:
To access the web interface, go to
http://<public_IP_address_of_virtual_machine>:8443/ in your browser and log in using the following parameters:
- Password —
- Detecting complicated network attacks.
- Counteracting malicious bots.
- Automatically detecting vulnerabilities.
- Preventing malware downloads.
- Virtual patching.
You can contact Positive Technologies technical support by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or ask general questions about the product in the BigAppSec Telegram chat.
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