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howardmp
Level 7

DLP Web Browser Defintions

Hello All,

I'm attempting to write policy rules for DLP 9.3, and am looking at the Web Browser Defintions. The predified enteries for Product Name, Executable File Name, and Original Execautable File Name, are currently missing. Are they defined anywhere, so that I can manually re-enter them?

Many thanks

Hugh

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vimalnavis
Level 13

Re: DLP Web Browser Defintions

Web Destinations are not used like Application Definitions. Web Destinations define web servers/domains that are in scope (included and / or excluded) for the Web Post Protection Rule.

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howardmp
Level 7

Re: DLP Web Browser Defintions

Hello,

Thanks for responding.

Let me clarify; it's the "Application File Access Protection" definition for "Web Browsers" that I seem to be missing. It should be stating things like chrome.exe, iexplorer.exe, firefox.exe, microsoft corporation, google, etc,etc. There are 3 or four different fields for eack of the main browsers which I believe should be defined.

Hope this makes more sense.

Many thanks

Hugh

Message was edited by: howardmp on 13/11/13 03:25:46 CST
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vimalnavis
Level 13

Re: DLP Web Browser Defintions

Is your question for Application Definition usage in an Application File Access Protection Rule or Application Definition usage in a Web Post Protection Rule or Web Destination for Web Post Protection rule?

A screenshot would help. If your question is about Application Definition, you can always create new Application Definitions with all the parameters in it. All you need would be the EXE for the browsers.

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howardmp
Level 7

Re: DLP Web Browser Defintions

Hello,

Thanks - it was the Application definition, I was expecting you'd need to use more options than just the EXE name.

Does it make any difference if I use the "executable file name" or the "original executable file name" ?

Regards

Howard

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vimalnavis
Level 13

Re: DLP Web Browser Defintions

If you want to restrict the scope of the definition, then add additional conditions. Else using Original Executable File name is good enough.

There is a difference. Use Original Executable Fine name whenever possible.

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