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Suspect User Agent Scanning on WSA

Could you provide me examples of what would be blocked by the 'Suspect User Agent Scanning'?  

Exampes of Suspect User Agents? 

Would that be an unknown browser type, other than Chrome, MS IE, Mozilla FF, etc?

Thanks.

 

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Re: Suspect User Agent Scanning on WSA

WSA maintains a local database for certain bad user agents and will block them automatically

This database will keep getting updates by the normal automatic updates that configured in WSA.

 

Example of bad user agent that will be blocked automatically such as:

FunWebProducts

MyTotalSearch

MSID

iDownloadAgent

nethelper

 

and many more.

 

You can identify the user agent in your accesslogs by adding extra %u in your log subscription of accesslogs

 

Regards

Handy Putra

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Re: Suspect User Agent Scanning on WSA

WSA maintains a local database for certain bad user agents and will block them automatically

This database will keep getting updates by the normal automatic updates that configured in WSA.

 

Example of bad user agent that will be blocked automatically such as:

FunWebProducts

MyTotalSearch

MSID

iDownloadAgent

nethelper

 

and many more.

 

You can identify the user agent in your accesslogs by adding extra %u in your log subscription of accesslogs

 

Regards

Handy Putra

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