Palo Alto Networks URL Filtering PAN-DB Reviews

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April 30, 2021
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Use Cases and Deployment Scope

We currently utilize Palo Alto Networks URL Filtering PAN-DB for controlling access for users and user groups in Active Directory. For example, we have groups setup in Active Directory to allow access to say Dropbox. This AD group is then tied into a URL Filtering rule in the security policy to allow whatever application access you configure. This serves us in a few ways.

  • We do not have to create a Firewall change request to add a user to a URL application such as dropbox, rather just add the username into the AD group.
  • Much easier to maintain access for control and Audit purposes when adding or removing a user's permissions.
The granularity of using URL Filtering is pretty straightforward and easy to configure.
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March 01, 2018
Kaitlyn Wright | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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We utilize Palo Alto Networks URL Filtering as our main filtering solution for the agency. We utilize it to block malicious sites, VPNs, and other categories. The filtering offers many various categories that cover all of our needs. It is updated regularly and it provides excellent reporting.
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Palo Alto Networks URL Filtering PAN-DB Scorecard Summary

What is Palo Alto Networks URL Filtering PAN-DB?

The majority of attacks and exposure to malicious content occurs during the normal course of web browsing activities, which requires the ability to allow safe, secure web access for all users. URL Filtering with PAN-DB automatically prevents attacks that leverage the web as an attack vector, including phishing links in emails, phishing sites, HTTP-based command and control, malicious sites and pages that carry exploit kits.
Categories:  Intrusion Detection

Palo Alto Networks URL Filtering PAN-DB Video

Video Tutorial: How to Configure URL Filtering

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