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dismiss network object

AlbertoAlberto Newbie ✭
edited October 1 in High End Firewalls

Using this command I can decode configuration:

base64 -d -i sonicwall-NSA_6600-6_5_4_6-79n-1596699647.exp | sed 's/&/\n/g' > config.txt

Is possible to decode from config statistics of object use ?

Example: object defined but not used in any rules

thanks

Category: High End Firewalls
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  • BWCBWC Cybersecurity Overlord ✭✭✭

    @Alberto that information is not stored in the configuration file, but you can extract with some script magic from the TSR.

    --Michael@BWC

  • AlbertoAlberto Newbie ✭
    edited October 1

    thanks. I find this entry for example:

    -------pippo-------

    UUID: 00000000-0000-0005-0100-18b16953fb2c

    Class: Custom

    properties: 0x0000000e

    FQDN: pippo.dkasdas.com

    RETRY COUNT: 11835

    Manually Set TTL: Yes

    Manual TTL: 86400

    HOST(S) 0x0 0: 

    Time Created: 07/27/2020 08:22:47.000, Last Updated: 07/27/2020 08:22:47.000

     1 times referenced by Module: tNetObjMgr

  • AlbertoAlberto Newbie ✭

    happy to share these magic scripts!

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