F5 Configuring BIG-IP ASM v11: Application Security Manager

Configuring BIG-IP ASM

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Duración del curso

4 Dias

Requisitos previos

Students should be familiar with the F5 BIG-IP Product Suite and, in particular, how to setup and configure a BIG-IP LTM system, including virtual servers, pools, profiles, VLANs and self-IPs.

There are no required F5 prerequisites for this course, but completing one of the following before attending would be very helpful for students unfamiliar with BIG-IP:

In addition, the following web-based courses will be very helpful for any student with limited BIG-IP administration and configuration:

Students should understand:

  • TMOS administration
  • Network concepts and configuration
  • Programming concepts
  • Security concepts and terminology
  • Web application delivery
Principales temas


Chapter 1: Setting Up the BIG-IP System

  • Introducing the BIG-IP System
  • Initially Setting Up the BIG-IP System
  • Creating an Archive of the BIG-IP System
  • Leveraging F5 Support Resources and Tools

Chapter 2: Traffic Processing with BIG-IP

  • Understanding Traffic Processing with LTM
  • Overview of Local Traffic Policies and ASM

Chapter 3: Web Application Concepts

  • Anatomy of a Web Application
  • An Overview of Common Security Methods
  • Examining HTTP & Web Application Components
  • Examining HTTP Headers
  • Examining HTTP Responses
  • Examining HTML Components
  • How ASM parses File Types, URLs, & Parameters
  • Using the Fiddler HTTP proxy tool

Chapter 4: Web Application Vulnerabilities

  • Examining the OWASP Top 10 vulnerabilities
  • Summary of risk mitigation using ASM

Chapter 5: Security Policy Deployment

  • About Positive and Negative Security Models
  • Deployment Wizard: Local Traffic Deployment
  • Deployment Wizard: Configuration settings
  • Violations and Security Policy Building
  • Reviewing Violations

Chapter 6: Attack Signatures

  • Defining Attack Signatures
  • Attack Signature Features
  • Defining Attack Signature Sets
  • About User-defined Attack Signatures
  • Updating Attack Signatures
  • Understanding Attack Signatures and staging

Chapter 7: Positive Security Policy Building

  • Defining Security Policy Components
  • Security Through Entity Learning
  • Reviewing Staging and Enforcement
  • Understanding the Selective mode
  • Learning Differentiation: Real threats vs. false positives

Chapter 8: Cookies and other Headers

  • Purposes of ASM Cookies
  • Understanding Allowed and Enforced Cookies
  • Configuring security processing on HTTP headers

Chapter 9: Reporting and Logging

  • Reporting capabilities in ASM
  • Generating a PCI Compliance Report
  • Generating an ASM Security Events Report

Chapter 10: User Roles, policy modification, and other deployments

  • Understanding User Roles & Partitions
  • Editing and Exporting Security Policies

Chapter 11: Lab Project 1

Chapter 12: Advanced parameter handling

  • Defining Parameters
  • Defining Static Parameters
  • Configuring Dynamic Parameters and Extractions

Chapter 13: Application-Ready Templates

  • Application-Ready Template Overview

Chapter 14: Real Traffic Policy Builder

  • Overview of the Real Traffic Policy Builder
  • Defining Policy Types
  • Real Traffic Policy Builder Rules

Chapter 15: Web Application Vulnerability Scanners

  • Integrating ASM with Application Vulnerability Scanners
  • Resolving Vulnerabilities
  • Using the generic XML scanner output

Chapter 16: Login Enforcement, Session tracking, and Flows

  • Defining Login Pages
  • Configuring Login Enforcement
  • Configuring session and user tracking
  • Defining Flows
  • Configuring Flow Control

Chapter 17: Anomaly Detection

  • Defining Anomaly Detection
  • Preventing Brute Force Attacks
  • Preventing Web Scraping
  • Geolocation Enforcement
  • Configuring IP Address Exceptions

Chapter 18: ASM and iRules

  • Defining iRules and iRule Events
  • Using ASM iRule Event Modes
  • iRule Syntax
  • ASM iRule Commands

Chapter 19: Web 2.0 Support: AJAX and JSON

  • Defining Asynchronous JavaScript and XML
  • Defining JavaScript Object Notation (JSON)
  • Configuring a JSON Profile

Chapter 20: XML and Web Services

  • Defining XML
  • Configuring an XML Profile
  • XML Attack Signatures

Chapter 21: Review and Final Labs


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