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Network and security engineer


Feb
21
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Feb
21
comment “There's a firewall on the router into the building so you can turn the one on your computer off”
That's correct. Also mention the fact that some of the most malicious attacks on a network come from the inside. Also, Defense in Depth
Feb
7
comment Cisco PIX SNMP enabled or not?
It should show up if you do a show run all. I could be wrong. Either way, if you're not using the snmp features of the firewall you should do a no snmp-server enable and you should always remove the public community string with a no snmp-server community public It's not currently a security risk but these are best practices for locking down an ASA.
Feb
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Feb
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answered Cisco PIX SNMP enabled or not?