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ENSLTP OAS Process Exclusions

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Hello Everyone,

 

Does anyone happen to have some useful documentation or a resource on the proper method to exclude processes within Linux Threat Prevention? I'm unsure if it's by actually adding the process name, for example:

python

or if I need the full directory from which the binary is running:

/usr/bin/python

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Best Regards,

Zach

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Re: ENSLTP OAS Process Exclusions

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Hi @User91972758 

On Linux, you put in the full path to the binary for a Low Risk process exclusion. So /usr/bin/python would be the correct syntax.

Thank you,

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Hi @User91972758 

On Linux, you put in the full path to the binary for a Low Risk process exclusion. So /usr/bin/python would be the correct syntax.

Thank you,

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Perfect, thanks for your help!
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Hi All,

 

Sorry to bring this back up, so I understand that we have to use the full process path for process exclusions, are we able to use regex / dynamic syntax in order to exclude full folders of binaries? As an example:


/opt/gitlab/*

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