Palo Alto Networks, Inc. is a network and enterprise security company based in Santa Clara, California. The company’s core products are a platform that includes advanced firewalls designed to provide network security, visibility, and granular control of network activity based on application, user, and content identification and cloud-based offerings that extend those firewalls to cover other aspects of security.

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  • On passing the PCNSE -- Joe shows how it's done! Tech Docs sings the Twelve Days of Aperture. Reprise: How to control YouTube with safe search enabled. Safe search enforcement in K-12 takes a look at the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA), a US federal law. Join us Friday nights safely watching YouTube with videos from our channel. Follow us on Twitter. Community -- it's all about you.

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  • Anyone reading this should know what PCNSE means (Hint: Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Engineer Certification), but who has the time?  Which is why the Palo Alto Networks Cert Fest was created. To read all about it, how many showed up and all of the nitty gritty details, please click to read.

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  • Dig into this week's NextWave Partner Channel Scoop. The post Channels Scoop: December 15, 2017 appeared first on Palo Alto Networks Blog.

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  • The gift of security, the gift of protection, the gift of peace of mind. Protect the data in your SaaS applications with these gifts from Aperture. The post Tech Docs: The Twelve Joys of Aperture! appeared first on Palo Alto Networks Blog.

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  • Unit 42 continues to its look into OilRig with analysis on recent TwoFace Webshell testing activities. The post OilRig Performs Tests on the TwoFace Webshell appeared first on Palo Alto Networks Blog.

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  • Busy admins all making changes to the firewall -- at the same time. Solution? Autolock. A variant of the RAT code, hiding inside a UBoat? See for yourself as UBoatRAT targets East Asia. You'll like what you see in the latest Aperture, from new data pattern identifiers to SaaS control risks, even a new UI! A legend for the region code in PAN-OS 8.0 and later. Traps 4.1.2 is IN!. Tell us your favori...

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  • Dig into this week's NextWave Partner Channel Scoop. The post Channels Scoop: December 8, 2017 appeared first on Palo Alto Networks Blog.

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  • Aperture R25 release contains a lot of new features; from new Data Pattern Identifiers to SaaS control risks, and even a new UI to boot. Click to read all about it.

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  • Unit 42 analyses multiple instances of threat actors exploiting critical vulnerability CVE-2017-11882. The post Analysis of CVE-2017-11882 Exploit in the Wild appeared first on Palo Alto Networks Blog.

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  • At Palo Alto Networks®, we foster a culture of authenticity, collaboration and innovation, with a deep commitment to helping our customers prevent successful cyberattacks in the digital age. Secure Your Career: http://paloaltonetworks.com/careers Company Fast Facts Serving more than 42,500 customers in 150+ countries across multiple industries. Over 85 of the Fortune 100 and more than 63% of t...

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  • Unit 42 investigates Boleto Mestre, a malspam campaign impersonating invoice documents of a popular Brazilian payment method. The post Master Channel: The Boleto Mestre Campaign Targets Brazil appeared first on Palo Alto Networks Blog.

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  • Several admins making changes at the same time can result in half-completed adjustments getting committed to an active device. This happens more than you might expect, but there is a solution!

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