Using proxy for License server communication

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Most of managed networks use proxy servers to utilize their HTTP traffic. In order to enforce user to use company proxy server, generally direct HTTP access is blocked by TCP/IP firewalls.

To start working with MyDLP, first you need to enter your license code. MyDLP license subsystem will check your license using HTTPS protocol. But, if you are in a proxy-enforced environment this function will not properly and you will not be able to use MyDLP.

In order to set proxy address ...

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Policy Rule Actions

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There are three basic policy actions in MyDLP Community Edition:

  • Pass:  Allow passing data without a trace.
  • Log:  Allow passing data and keep information about the event but not the complete data.
  • Block:  Blocks passing data and keep information about the event but not the complete data.

With these policy actions you can build a decent DLP policy depending on your needs.

You can use following additional actions in MyDLP Enterprise Edition:

  • Archive:  Allow passing data and keep information about the event and the complete data.
  • Quarantine:  Blocks passing data and keep information about ...
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How to update MyDLP Server

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MyDLP Server updates itself periodically, but if you want you can force MyDLP to update itself using aptitude.

First, launch your favourate SSH client and log into MyDLP Server console using the username/password that you have provided at installation before. Then;

sudo aptitude update
sudo aptitude install mydlp mydlp-appliance

Will do the job.

Also, please do not forget to update your MyDLP Endpoint agents to latest version. You can get latest MyDLP Endpoint from Getting Started page.

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