ThreatSTOP Documentation Hub. ThreatSTOP IP Defense devices A10 ADC and TPS Automated configuration (recommended) or Manual configuration AWS WAF-Classic Automated configuration or Manual configuration
Threatstop Dochub . When you are ready to integrate ThreatSTOP with a device, head to the Device Configuration page to set up the device using a predefined policy. Once the device integration is in place, the device will start uploading logs of connections or DNS lookups filtered by the policy and reports will become available.
ThreatSTOP Dochub. Note: these reports only include hits against targets in the policies that are active on your ThreatSTOP devices; they don’t include matches against threats in the ThreatSTOP database that are not present in your policies. Only the blocks from logs that have been uploaded and processed by ThreatSTOP are included. They also only include blockers connections/queries, not allowed or pass-thru.
ThreatSTOP Roaming Defense. ThreatSTOP Roaming protection secures individual Windows or OS X endpoints, allowing ThreatSTOP to protect these devices when roaming outside of your corporate network. This document explains how to setup ThreatSTOP Roaming Devices in the portal and the Roaming client on your users’ Windows and OS X based devices.
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ThreatSTOP Dochub. Targets: ThreatSTOP tracks IOCs and groups them as objects named targets. Targets can contain IP Addresses, subnets, DNS domains, as well as DNS server names and IP addresses. Targets are the atomic building block of policies. Targets attributes are described here. Target bundles: Bundles are groups of targets defined based on target attributes