Today I am using Ninite Pro to update some of our desktops. The SonicWall is blocking the download telling me the gateway has blocked it as MalAgent. This is coming from Has anyone else seen this today? Most large companies use them for download purposes. Whitelist the ip addresses. Because it has not been whitelisted. The system sees traffic from a location it has not encountered before. These appliances don't come with all of the good sites whitelisted. Part of the Sonicwall's protection system is to put these requests out to their internal malware databases.
If a sudden spike in a certain type of traffic shows up it could be blocked until the legitimacy is verified.
You can add the IPs to the white list on the appliance, turn off the filtering, or try it again later. Those filters are dynamic so it will not block the IPs for long as long as they are legit.
A second not recommended workaround would be to temporarily add an exclusion for this Mal. Agent signature, but then you would not be able to catch any of this variant of malware.
Another thing you may run into with Akamai technologies and Microsoft updates specifically, is that if you're Geo-IP Blocking Australia, a lot of Akamai hosts in the USA are actually detected as Aus - thus blocking some updates and technet downloads through the Geo-IP Filtering service.
Yeah that is in the works. I mean what update services does not use Akamai? Not many. That is why I found it strange and wanted to see if anyone else was seeing this. I mean all I want to do is update reader. I got sick of dealing with Adobe updates and my SonicWall. I just went to Foxit and just update through group policy. Ended up being a blessing. I have not seen it today but submit a false positive or update the Sonicwall Malware database. That is how I deal with those situations.
I'm getting a bunch of alerts for Last week we started seeing several gateway alerts then suddenly this week we are getting hundreds of these alerts: "Gateway Anti-Virus Alert: MalAgent. Since we use a Proxy service the actual source IP is hidden.
We scanned the desktops for malware and they all came up clean. We suspected it was a false positive but need conclusive proof to report it.
Your post has given us a direction to pursue. We'll take a desktop off the Proxy service and see what the source IP reveals.
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The Q4 State of the Internet - Security report is out today. We've previewed sections this past week see sidebar belowbut now we can share some numbers. One attack in particular can bypass even the best security protections and give attackers the keys to the kingdom. That attack is called DNS Hijacking.Home Discussions Workshop Market Broadcasts. Change language. Install Steam. Store Page. Thief Store Page. Global Achievements. So I just finished Chapter 6 with an Opportunist rating, even though I was never detected.
Also, does disabling traps give Opportunist points? I remembered I only disabled 2 floor traps and 1 door trap. Thief pros out there, how did you get a ghost rating while managing to get all the loot? Thanks in advance. Still threw a bottle which as a distraction, which gave Opportunist points. Might try to get a better Ghost percentage with only the lights snuffed out; taking 1 item each time from safe Last edited by kcinhs ; 3 Dec, pm.
Showing 1 - 15 of 26 comments. Have you checked out cyberwiz97's Ghost Guide? Last edited by shapeshifter ; 3 Dec, am. Originally posted by achilles :.
Go over to it and hit the handle with your blackjack. It's possible the blunt arrow can give you opportunist points. Two other points in the video where you shouldn't turn the valve: and you shouldn't shoot a blunt arrow, but either hit it with your blackjack or just go through the fire: Last edited by AngelOfMayhem ; 3 Dec, am.
The Opportunist points are a result of snuffing out the set of three candles next to the safe at in the 2nd video abovejust before getting to the Ceremony room.
It is impossible to get the loot from that safe without being seen, unless you put out those candles or create a distraction to draw the guards away.
Blowing out the candles costs the least points. However, having said that Here's a screenshot of the stats screen Last edited by cyberwiz97 ; 3 Dec, am. Originally posted by Bee :. Originally posted by AngelOfMayhem :. Originally posted by cyberwiz97 :. Spectral Aspect is both cool and totally OP. The description for the trinket is a bit misleading that way. Even the freaks won't hear! It is only unlocked by the Merchant after chapter 6.
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This talk caught our attention for the obvious reason that we provide this as a service to our customers. You know what? Without hyperbole Nixon is absolutely correct. There are indeed issues with these types of services as we see highlighted in this article by Robert Westervelt. The flip side being that this is nothing new. The novel aspect in this case is that it has not really been openly discussed at length before now with a few exceptions such as the report from NCC Group.
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It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker. Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret. Thank you. Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker. I have Avast anti-virus. I am using windows Vista, does anyone else have this program on their computer? My anti virus just updated, and no longer shows it as a virus, but I still would like to know what that program is.
For now I am going to disable it. About 10 seconds on Google told me that it's short for Akamai Global Host. Basically, it's a system that's supposed to help deliver content such as websites faster by loading a copy of a website from a server closer to you.
A thread was just trashed two minutes ago about the exact same thing. Akamai alleges to be benign, but I know people who use it to hack etc.
No idea how, but they do. I personally don't trust it at all. I did a telnet hack on IP Sorry my friend.