I was wondering if anyone has made practical uses of the ASA's Modular Framework Policy, especially in creating customized inspection engines via creating inspection-policy maps and matching regex expressions in the inspection-policy. How does a firewall administrator know what inspection-policy map to create and implement to keep up with the latest security threats? What resources or forums can a firewall administrator go to to find security threats that can be thwarted by creating inspection-policy maps? I see this as a very powerful tool, but where does one begin?
The first step, as always, is to identify what threats you are trying to protect against. Once you know what to block, you should create a semi-formal policy definition and use the CCO documentation to tranfer this to the ASA.
In terms of forums, this one is pretty good for specific queries; CCO and Google are your friends.
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