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11 cool things your firewall should do Extend beyond blocking network threats to protect, manage and control application traffic
The firewall grows up Traditional stateful packet inspection firewalls focus on blocking network layer threats by evaluating the ports and protocols used by network layer traffic. The latest next-generation firewalls (NGFWs) utilize deep packet inspection to scan the entire packet payload to provide advanced intrusion prevention, antimalware, content filtering and anti-spam. Many applications are delivered over the web sharing common ports and HTTP or HTTPS protocols. This effectively leaves traditional firewalls blind to these applications and unable to prioritize productive and secure versus unproductive and potentially insecure traffic. Next-generation firewalls provide insight into the applications themselves, providing a critical capability for networking professionals.
With the proliferation of cloud computing and Web 2.0 technologies, firewalls now have another challenge to contend with — application control.
What does SonicWall Application Intelligence and Control do? SonicWall firewalls allow you to identify and control all of the applications in use on your network. This additional control enhances compliance and data leakage prevention by identifying applications based on their unique signatures rather than ports or protocols. This is accomplished by visualizing application traffic to determine usage patterns and then creating granular policies for applications, users or even groups of users, as well as time of day and other variables, for flexible control that can fit any network requirement.
Allocate bandwidth for mission-critical or latency-sensitive applications.
How does SonicWall Application Intelligence and Control work? By utilizing an extensive, constantly growing and automatically updated database of application signatures, SonicWall identifies applications based on their “DNA”, rather than less unique attributes, such as source port, destination port or protocol type. For example, you can allow instant messaging, but block file transfer or allow Facebook access, but block access to Facebook-based games. These controls are available for all SSL-encrypted traffic as well, which must be inspected just like unencrypted connections. And you can visualize the results of your controls easily, allowing you to fine tune application usage and optimize network bandwidth.
Control categories of applications, individual applications, and specific features within applications.
1st cool thing:
Control the applications allowed on the network You want to make sure all of your employees are using the latest version of Internet Explorer. Your mission is to ensure all employees launching IE9 or IE10 are automatically redirected to the IE11 download site and restricted from all other web access. Your possible solutions include: • Physically check every system each day for the web browser version • Write a custom script to automatically check browser versions • Set up a policy with SonicWall Application Intelligence and Control—and stop worrying
Create a policy to redirect IE9 or IE10 users to download the latest IE browser, and block Internet access for IE9 or IE10 1. The Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) engine looks for User Agent = IE 9.0 or User Agent = IE 10.0 in the HTTP header 2. The policy redirects IE9 or IE10 users to the IE11 download site, while blocking access for IE9 or IE10 to any other websites
IE11 IE10 Application visualization lets you “see” which browsers are being used before you create the policy.
2nd cool thing:
Manage the bandwidth for critical applications Many mission-critical applications, such as Live Meeting, Salesforce.com® and SharePoint ®, are cloud-based, or run across geographically dispersed networks. Ensuring that these applications have priority over unproductive web surfing improves business productivity.
Create a policy to give bandwidth priority to the Live Meeting application 1. The Deep Packet Inspection engine looks for the application signature or application name 2. Assign the Live Meeting application a higher bandwidth priority
Application priority can be date-based (think end-of-quarter priority for sales applications). Live Meeting Salesforce.com
3rd cool thing:
Block peer-to-peer applications Unproductive peer-to-peer (P2P) applications such as BitTorrent are often used to download unlicensed versions of copyrighted media, and can quickly consume bandwidth or transmit malware. However, the creation of new P2P applications, or simple changes (e.g., version numbers) to the existing P2P applications happen all the time so it is difficult to manually block any single P2P application. SonicWall continuously updates the application intelligence and control database to add new P2P apps as soon as they are available. Now you can simply create one policy to block all P2P apps going forward.
Create a policy to block the use of P2P applications 1. The Deep Packet Inspection engine uses pre-defined P2P application signatures from the application signature list 2. Choose the P2P applications from the pre-defined signature list 3. Apply the policy to all users 4. Block P2P applications through bandwidth and time-based restrictions
Application Signature List BitTorrent-6.1 BitTorrent-6.0.3 BitTorrent-6.0.2
Application Signature List
Updates from SonicWall are received and applied
Application Signature List
BitTorrent-6.1.1 BitTorrent-6.1 BitTorrent-6.0.3
… hundreds more
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The Results • You can manage and control P2P applications • You don’t have to spend time updating IPS signature rules
4th cool thing:
Block unproductive components of applications Social networking applications such as Facebook, Instagram and YouTube have become new channels of communications for individuals and for companies. While it might be counterproductive to block all social networking applications, you may want to control how they can be used in the workplace. For example, you may want to let marketing personnel update the company’s Facebook page, but not allow them to play Facebook games like Candy Crush or Mafia Wars. With application intelligence and control, you can create a policy to allow access to Facebook, but block games.
Create a policy to allow Facebook, but block Facebook games 1. Select “All” users 2. Select “Facebook games applications” as a category 3. Create a single rule to “Block” all users from accessing games within Facebook
You could also allow chat but block file transfers within chat.
5th cool thing:
Visualize your application traffic What’s happening on my network? Who’s wasting my bandwidth? Why is my network so slow? Have you ever asked yourself any of these questions? You could use a combination of separate tools to try to get answers, but this process is time consuming, and will only provide you with information after-the-fact. With SonicWall’s real-time visualization of application traffic, you can answer these questions instantly, quickly diagnose issues, detect out-of-compliance network usage, create appropriate policies and immediately see the effectiveness of these policies.
View all traffic in real time by logging into the Application Flow Monitor 1. View real-time graphs of all application traffic 2. View real-time graphs of ingress and egress bandwidth 3. View real-time graphs of websites visited and all user activity 4. Create your own filtering that gives you the most relevant information
Visualization provides administrators with instant feedback on network traffic flows.
6th cool thing:
Manage bandwidth for a group of users What do you do if your CEO complains that the business news videos that he wants to watch every morning are choppy and won’t play correctly? After investigation, you determine that it’s due to a company-wide bandwidth management policy that you implemented for all streaming video? You could ease off on the bandwidth restrictions for everyone, but now there is a better answer: group-based bandwidth management.
Create a policy to exclude the executive team from streaming video bandwidth management 1. Choose the executive group imported from your LDAP server 2. The Deep Packet Inspection engine uses pre-defined streaming video application signatures from the application signature list 3. Apply bandwidth restriction to traffic with that header
Sales streaming video bandwidth provided Streaming video bandwidth desired Everyone else’s streaming video bandwidth provided
Many companies have found that employees are happier if you let them have full access to the web, even if they have reduced bandwidth for unproductive sites.
7th cool thing:
Block ransomware attacks and breaches Network security must be at the forefront of any IT administrator’s focus. The ability to block attacks such as ransomware and breaches that are delivered through malware and intrusion attempts relieves the organization from great risk and spares potentially wasted resources. SonicWall security services, running on the high-performance and ultra-low-latency architecture of SonicWall next-generation firewalls, are capable of blocking millions of known and unknown threats from entering the network, before they become a danger to your organization. SonicWall Capture extends the threat prevention capabilities of the firewall by detecting and preventing unknown and zero-day attacks through a cloud-based, multi-engine sandboxing service.
Block malware attacks and intrusions before they enter your network!
8th cool thing:
Identify connections by country Is a connection to an IP in a foreign country from your local neighborhood office or a branch site just a benign connection from somebody browsing on the web, or is it botnet activity? You can use application intelligence as a powerful forensics tool to identify exactly what’s happening on your network and from where the activity is coming.
View connections by country or create country-specific filters 1. Check which applications are connecting to IPs in other countries 2. See which users and which computers are connecting to IPs other countries 3. Create filters to restrict traffic to countries specified by you, with exclusion lists Once you know the answer to the question, you can talk to the user, inspect the machine with the offending IP address, or enable a packet capture utility on the firewall to analyze exactly what’s going over that connection. Using SonicWall Application Intelligence and Control, you can identify and address problems that you might not have been aware of otherwise.
9th cool thing:
Prevent data leaks over email In some companies, outbound email does not pass through their email security system, or that system does not check the content of email attachments. In either case “company confidential” attachments can easily leave the organization. Since outbound network traffic goes through your firewall, you can detect and block this “data-in-motion.”
Create a policy to block email attachments that contain the “company confidential” watermark The Deep Packet Inspection engine looks for: 1. Email content = “Company confidential” and 2. Email content = “Company proprietary” and 3. Email content = “Private proprietary”, etc.
Attachment: Company conﬁdential
10th cool thing:
Prevent data leaks over web mail Now let’s assume your existing anti-spam protection can detect and block a normal outbound email that contains “company confidential” information. But what if an employee uses a web mail service, such as Yahoo® or Gmail®, to send out “Company Confidential” information?
Create a policy to block “company confidential” attachments in web traffic 1. The Deep Packet Inspection engine looks for “company confidential” on files transferred via http or https 2. Block message and notify the sender that the message is “company confidential”
Subject: Design road map Here is the Roadmap Jan 09 – Release 7.0 This document is Company Confidential
This can also be done for FTP-based content.
11th cool thing:
Bandwidth manage streaming audio and video Access to streaming video from sites such as YouTube.com is sometimes useful, but is often abused. Blocking these sites might work, but a preferable approach is to limit the total bandwidth given to streaming video, regardless of where it comes from. This also applies to streaming audio sites such as online music radio stations and music streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music. This traffic doesn’t necessarily need to come from well-known sites, but can also be hosted by blogs. Thus, the goal is to identify this traffic by what it is, rather by its origin. Deep Packet Inspection excels at this process.
Create a policy to limit streaming audio and streaming video by predefined signature list 1. Select Streaming Video and Streaming Audio as application categories 2. Set the amount of bandwidth that you want to allocate to these application categories (e.g., 10%) 3. Create a rule that enforces Streaming Video and Streaming Audio to consume a maximum of 10% of bandwidth for everyone (perhaps excluding particular department groups, such as those in the training group) 4. Optionally, schedule the rule to be effective during standard business hours, but not during lunch hours or after 6 p.m. 5. Confirm the effectiveness of your new policy with real-time visualization by logging into the Application Flow Monitor
When you add it all up High performance platform + Deep packet inspection + Intrusion prevention + Application intelligence, control and visualization
SonicWall Next-Generation Firewall Performance, protection and application control
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