Documentation

Firewall
  • F5 Big-IP

    F5 Big-IP

  • Palo Alto Next-Gen Firewall

    Palo Alto Next-Gen Firewall

  • Fortinet Fortigate Firewall

    Fortinet Fortigate Firewall

  • Cisco Meraki Firewall

    Cisco Meraki Firewall

  • SonicWall Next-Gen Firewall

    SonicWall Next-Gen Firewall

  • Sophos XG Firewall

    Sophos XG Firewall

  • Cisco FTD FirePower Threat Defense

    Cisco FTD FirePower Threat Defense

  • Cisco ASA Firewall

    Cisco ASA Firewall

  • Check Point Next Generation Firewall

    Check Point Next Generation Firewall

Identity
  • LastPass

    LastPass

  • Okta

    Okta

  • Microsoft Active Directory

    Microsoft Active Directory

  • Duo Security

    Duo Security

  • Microsoft Azure Event Hub

    Microsoft Azure Event Hub

Endpoint
  • Cylance

    Cylance

  • ESET Endpoint Protection

    ESET Endpoint Protection

  • Malwarebytes

    Malwarebytes

  • VMware Carbon Black Managed Defense

    VMware Carbon Black Managed Defense

  • VMware Carbon Black Endpoint Protection

    VMware Carbon Black Endpoint Protection

  • VMware Carbon Black Response

    VMware Carbon Black Response

  • Proofpoint Advanced Threat Protection

    Proofpoint Advanced Threat Protection

  • Crowdstrike Falcon Platform

    Crowdstrike Falcon Platform

Cloud Infrastructure
  • Google G Suite

    Google G Suite

  • Microsoft Office 365

    Microsoft Office 365

  • Microsoft Cloud App Security

    Microsoft Cloud App Security

Other
  • Cisco Umbrella

    Cisco Umbrella

  • Sophos Central

    Sophos Central

  • Apple Mac OS

    Apple Mac OS

  • Linux Servers

    Linux Servers

  • Microsoft Windows Server

    Microsoft Windows Server

  • Palo Alto Networks Panorama

    Palo Alto Networks Panorama

Blumira Configuration
  • Dynamic Block Lists and Threat Feeds

    Dynamic Block Lists and Threat Feeds

  • Deploy a Blumira Honeypot

    Deploy a Blumira Honeypot

  • Create a Blumira Sensor

    Create a Blumira Sensor

  • Build a Sensor on Ubuntu

    Build a Sensor on Ubuntu