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Question to Endpoint Security for Linux Firewall

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Hi Community,

in https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB89711 (How to view files scanned by Endpoint Security for Linux On-Access Scan (using the On-Access Scan activity monitor)) there is a way to see what the On Access Scanner do.

 

Is for the Linux Firewall a simmilar way to go, to find out which events are appears?

 

Thanks

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Re: Question to Endpoint Security for Linux Firewall

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log location for ENSL firewall

[root@CLDDVPOCSPT0013 mfefirewall]# pwd
/opt/McAfee/mfw/var/mfefirewall

[root@CLDDVPOCSPT0013 mfefirewall]# ll
total 12432
-rw-------. 1 root root 10485683 Sep 7 17:46 mfefirewall.log
-rw-------. 1 root root 2234717 Sep 11 03:10 mfefirewall.log00000
[root@CLDDVPOCSPT0013 mfefirewall]#

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Re: Question to Endpoint Security for Linux Firewall

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Hi @rokasporch 

Thanks for posting here! I am no expert with this, Did you try looking at /opt/McAfee/mfw/var/mfefirewall.log? Maybe an expert with ENS FW for Linux can chip in if this does not help!

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log location for ENSL firewall

[root@CLDDVPOCSPT0013 mfefirewall]# pwd
/opt/McAfee/mfw/var/mfefirewall

[root@CLDDVPOCSPT0013 mfefirewall]# ll
total 12432
-rw-------. 1 root root 10485683 Sep 7 17:46 mfefirewall.log
-rw-------. 1 root root 2234717 Sep 11 03:10 mfefirewall.log00000
[root@CLDDVPOCSPT0013 mfefirewall]#

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Re: Question to Endpoint Security for Linux Firewall

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@Official KFC Survey wrote:

log location for ENSL firewall

[root@CLDDVPOCSPT0013 mfefirewall]# pwd
/opt/McAfee/mfw/var/mfefirewall

[root@CLDDVPOCSPT0013 mfefirewall]# ll
total 12432
-rw-------. 1 root root 10485683 Sep 7 17:46 mfefirewall.log
-rw-------. 1 root root 2234717 Sep 11 03:10 mfefirewall.log00000
[root@CLDDVPOCSPT0013 mfefirewall]#


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In case it helps. You can see the detail of all logging information in https://docs.mcafee.com/bundle/firewall-linux-v8-0-0-product/resource/PD25707.pdf article.

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