Implementing PCI DSS DLP requirements with MyDLP

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PCI DSS (The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) is a standard to enhance payment card data security.

Main focus of PCI DSS is safety and privacy of the PAN (Primary Account Number). According to PSI DSS standard “The primary account number is the defining factor in the applicability of PCI DSS requirements.” In other words you don’t have to implement PCI DSS if you don’t use PAN in your operating enviroment. MyDLP can identify PAN number in e-mails, web traffic, ...

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Using MyDLP with an existing Squid 3.x

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This document describes using MyDLP with an existing Squid 3.x by using Internet Content Adaptation Protocol (ICAP) (RFC 3507).

MyDLP ICAP Server runs on port 1344 and a specific URL used for ICAP REQMOD operations. This will be where Squid is going to connect to.

Squid 3.0 and 3.1 have out of the box ICAP support with slightly different configuration parameters. Unfortunately, older versions have no built-in ICAP support but it is possible to enable it using patches.

For Squid 3.2, change 10.0.0.126 ...

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HTTP and HTTPS redirecting with Netfilter (iptables)

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This document describes how to intercept HTTP and HTTPS connections with Netfilter (iptables).

Netfilter is a framework that provides hook handling within the Linux kernel for intercepting and manipulating network packets (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netfilter), and we will use Netfilter to redirect outgoing HTTP and HTTPS connections to our transparent content-filtering HTTP proxy, in other words a Squid 3.x integrated with MyDLP via ICAP, or MyDLP with native HTTP/HTTPS support.

In order to redirect TCP connections on a network gateway, iptables should handle ...

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Setting Permanent Static IP in Ubuntu

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This document describes how to assign a permanent static IP address for a network interface on Ubuntu.

Open the file /etc/network/interfaces ;

sudo vi /etc/network/interfaces

If you are using DHCP for your primary network card which is usually eth0, you will see the following lines;

auto eth0
iface eth0 inet dhcp

As you can see, it’s using DHCP right now. We are going to change dhcp to static, and then there are a number of options that should add and here is the example and ...

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