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F5 Networks Configuring Application Security Manager BIG-IP ASM v11 - F5ASM11x

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F5 Networks Configuring Application Security Manager BIG-IP ASM v11 - F5ASM11x

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Administering BIG-IP; basic familiarity with HTTP, HTML and XML; basic web application and security concepts.

Lesson 3 : Web Application ConceptsAnatomy of a web application
An Overview of Common Security Methods
Examining HTTP and Web Application Components
Examining HTTP Headers
Examining HTTP Responses
Examining HTML Components
How ASM Parses File Types, URLs, and Parameters
Using the Fiddler HTTP proxy toolLesson 4 : Web Application VulnerabilitiesOWASP Top 10 (2013)
Summary of Risk Mitigation using ASMLesson 5 : Security Policy DeploymentAbout Positive and Negative Security Models
Deployment Wizard: Policy creation scenarios
Features of the Rapid Deployment template
Deployment Wizard: Local Traffic Deployment
Deployment Wizard: Configuration Settings
Enforcement Settings
Reviewing Requests
Violations and Security Policy Building
Reviewing Violations
Security Policy Blocking Settings
Configuring the Blocking Response Page
Configuring Data GuardLesson 6 : Attack SignaturesDefining Attack Signatures
Attack Signature Features
Defining Attack Signature Sets
About User-defined Attack Signatures
Updating Attack Signatures
Understanding Attack Signatures and stagingLesson 7 : Positive Security Policy BuildingDefining Security Policy Components
Choosing an Explicit Entities Learning Scheme
Understanding Add All Entities
Security through Entity Learning
Reviewing Staging and Enforcement
Understanding Never (Wildcard Only)
Using the Selective mode
Learning Differentiation: Real threats vs. false positivesLesson 8 : Cookies and other HeadersPurpose of ASM Cookies
Understanding Allowed and Enforced Cookies
Configuring security processing on HTTP headersLesson 9 : Reporting and LoggingReporting Capabilities in ASM
Generating an ASM Security Events Report
Viewing Logs
Understanding Logging ProfilesLesson 10 : User Roles, policy modification, and other deploymentsUnderstanding User Roles and Partitions
Editing and Exporting Security Policies
Examples of ASM Deployment Types
Overview of ASM Synchronization
Collecting diagnostic data with asmqkviewLesson 11 : Lab Project 1Lesson 12 : Advanced Parameter HandlingDefining Parameters
Defining Static Parameters
Understanding Dynamic Parameters and Extractions
Defining Parameter Levels
Understanding Attack Signatures and ParametersLesson 13 : Application�ready TemplatesApplication-Ready Template OverviewLesson 14 : Real Traffic Policy BuilderOverview of the Real Traffic Policy Builder
Policy Building Steps
Defining Policy Types
Real Traffic Policy Builder RulesLesson 15 : Web Application Vulnerability ScannersIntegrating ASM with Application Vulnerability Scanners
Resolving Vulnerabilities
Using the generic XML scanner outputLesson 16 : Login Enforcement, Session Tracking, and FlowsDefining Login Pages
Defining Session Awareness and User Tracking
Defining FlowsLesson 17 : Anomaly DetectionDefining Anomaly Detection
Preventing Web Scraping
Preventing Denial of Service Attacks
Configuring Geolocation Enforcement
Configuring IP Address ExceptionsLesson 18 : ASM and iRulesDefining iRules and iRule events
Using ASM iRule Event Modes
iRule syntax
ASM iRule CommandsLesson 19 : AJAX and JSON SupportDefining Asynchronous JavaScript and XML
Defining JavaScript Object Notation
Configuring a JSON profileLesson 20 : XML and web servicesDefining XML
Defining Web Services
Configuring an XML profile
Schema and WSDL Configuration
XML Attack Signatures
Using Web Services SecurityLesson 21 : Review and Final Lab ProjectsFinal Lab Project Option 1: Custom Rule for ASM-enabled local traffic policies
Final Lab Project Option 2: Production Scenario
Final Lab Project Option 3: JSON Parsing
Final Lab Project Option 4: XML & Web ServicesLesson 22 : Additional Training and Certifications
Learn skills to manage Web-based and XML application attacks and use Application Security Manager to defend against these attacks, including building security policies, utilizing traffic learning, deploying Application Security Manager with various applications, and testing using realistic web site traffic.
Lesson 1 : Setting up the BIG-IP SystemIntroducing the BIG-IP System
Initially Setting Up the BIG-IP System
Configuring the Management Interface
Provisioning Modules and Resources
Importing a Device Certificate
Specifying BIG-IP Platform Properties
Configuring the Network
Configuring NTP Servers
Configuring DNS Settings
Configuring High Availability Options
Configuring a Standard Pair
Creating an Archive of the BIG-IP System
Leveraging F5 Support Resources and ToolsLesson 2 : Traffic Processing with BIG-IPUnderstanding Traffic Processing with LTM
Understanding Network Packet Flow
Understanding Profiles and ASM
Overview of Local Traffic Policies and ASM
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