How to add keys for MyDLP repositories to APT?

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As always, it is easy.

wget -q -O - | sudo apt-key add -

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How to block source codes

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MyDLP has the ability to log, block, archive and quarantine all documents that includes C-like and ADA source codes in all channels(Web, Mail, Removable Devices, Printers, Discovery, Api) thanks to MyDLP source code matching.

Actually, procedure for inspecting source codes is as easy as inspecting credit card numbers.

First step is to create an information type that includes an information feature with “Source Code(ADA)” or “Source Code(C/C++/C#/Java)” matchers in MyDLP web UI. Your information feature looks like the picture below:

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How to install R/O SNMP

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Use the command below to install snmpd package:
sudo apt-get install snmpd

Move existing /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf configuration file to /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf.orig
sudo mv /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf /etc/snmp/
Now, we need to create a new /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf file:
rocommunity public
syslocation "MyDLP Appliance, Datacenter"
Make snmpd use the newly created file and make it listen to all interfaces:

There is one more thing to do for completing SNMPD configuration. Edit /etc/default/snmpd with your favorite text editor.
sudo nano ...

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How to configure smart host for email channels

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  1. This article already assumes that you have installed MyDLP and DLP functions working properly.
  2. It is required to ensure that DNS addresses at /etc/resolve.conf of MyDLP server had been properly configured. This is crucial because all email will be re-routed after DLP inspection according to information gathered from these DNS servers.

All you need to do is to add address of your smart host to Postfix MTA on MyDLP server in order to route them to smarthost.

  1. Connect MyDLP Server using SSH
  2. Edit file ...
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Using parent proxy with SSL Bump enabled Squid 3.2

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For a while we were waiting for Squid 3.2.x to be release as a stable version of Squid. Finally, it did. But, a small portion of community (including us) were expecting that bug related to using parent proxy with ssl bumping would be resolved. But, it didn’t ( ) and it will not be till Squid 3.3.

Let me give a brief history about this bug:

  • First, the bug was introduced. People using SSL Bumping were not be able ...
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