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Hi Everyone,I’m new to the platform and wish to target some testing specifically at TTP’s within Discovery category. This is a really 101 level inquiry, but could someone give me some pointers as to how I go about targeting my testing at particular tactics? Many thanks in advance for your help!
Hello, We have integrated Tenable.SC and Cymulate but we have never use it together or have seen what it can do,Is there any example/video/document of how we can play with the integration? I have only seen how to integrate but no what can we do after,Sorry if there is info but I was not able to find it,Thank you for your time, Kind regards,
Has anyone tried to use the Cymulate agent on Mac hardware that runs with their new M1 processor ?According to the Cymulate docs only X86 is supported for Mac OS installs.Would be sad if we need to buy old hardware to have a working agent :-) Thanks for sharing your experience. Nico
From what i can see executions use scripts and tools which depends on the underlying platform (OS), powershell VS bash for example. I am wondering if we can have a scenario using a mix of these executions to run on an agent on a certain platform ? I expect we can not launch powershell executions from a linux agent ? How is this handled in the product ? Thanks in advance.Nico
Web Application Firewall Module Ideally we want it so that every 200 response does not indicate a fail. Since we return 200 for every request good or bad....what are our options?...returning a 200 error, doesn’t provide the value we want from the Cymulate tool
Hi all!We observe in our agents the Cymulate Watchdog process (configured on install to run every 5 minutes) showing a lot of execution errors, and it may be impacting mainly on Windows Servers, where agent only runs if some user is logged into. The event viewer error says that a config file, "CymulateWatchDog.deps.json" is missing, and we couldn't find any memption about it on forum or help center. Despite Windows Server was mentioned in this example, this behavior (Watchdog unsucessfull) appears to occur with unix (Linux/macOS) systems too.About this case:- How we could repair this watchdog behavior? Is there some example of "CymulateWatchDog.deps.json" settings?- Repairing watchdog, it will be effective with agent up without a user stay logged onto server ?RegardsUiliam Mello
Hi Hatters!I believe that setting benchmarks to assess your organization’s security posture vs. other organizations is important to understand issues that are crossing regions, industries and more, and prioritize focuses to align your security posture with industry standards.Having said that, there’s lack of data visibility to security posture trends and it’s hard to find a single source of truth which is normalized and clarified for instant use.So, I wanted to ask:What kind of security benchmarks are you setting and tracking today? What are these benchmarks’ parameters? (by region, by industry, by organization’s size etc) Which data sources are you using to create the benchmark? Are you using any regulatory/standardized frameworks for benchmarks?Thank you!
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