I recently purchased Botnet for an ASA and have it configured and working properly. I am however curious on who is responsible for its database content. I have seen it block many IPs that are from reputable sources with a "High Risk" label.
IPs that belong to Microsoft and other major manufacturers.
Not much of an issue to whitelist them but unfortunately when a user is blocked they are not displayed a message of any sort via the web browser. It is not until I go into the ASA/botnet app do I see the block. Then wonder why it is listed.
Does anyone have any information on how the data is collected and by who?
The database is download it from CISCO server ( similar to the Ironport database server) , and its done by different intelligence mechanisms that will set into the database the latest blacklisted sites.
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NAT-T works. Background: ESP encrypts all critical information,
encapsulating the entire inner TCP/UDP datagram within an ESP header.
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