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Fat AP and Cloud AP V200R008C00 CLI-based Configuration Guide

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Overview

Overview

This section describes intrusion prevention and its features.

Definition

Intrusion prevention detects intrusions, such as buffer overflow attacks, Trojan horses, and worms, by analyzing network traffic and takes actions to quickly terminate the intrusions. In this way, intrusion prevention protects the information system and network architecture of enterprises.

Highlights

Intrusion prevention on the Central AP detects and automatically discards the intrusion packets or blocks the attack sources. Intrusion prevention on the Central AP has the following benefits:

  • Real-time attack blocking: Deployed in in-line mode, the Central AP blocks the attack traffic in real time.
  • In-depth protection: The Central AP examines the application-layer contents of packets, reassembles packets to analyze the protocols and detect threats, and blocks the attack packets based on the attack type and policy.
  • All-round protection: Intrusion prevention defends against such attacks as worms, viruses, Trojan horses, botnets, spyware, adware, Common Gateway Interface (CGI), cross-site scripting, injection, directory traversal, information leaks, remote file inclusion, overflow, code execution, denial of service, scanning, and backdoors.
  • Internal and external prevention: Intrusion prevention on the Central AP protects the intranet against both internal and external attacks. The system detects traffic that passes through, protecting both servers and clients.
  • Constant update for up-to-date protection: The intrusion prevention signature database is constantly updated to identify the latest threats. You can periodically update the signature database from the update center.
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Updated: 2019-01-11

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