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Reconnaissance Security Use Case

Reconnaissance Security Use Case

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How to install, configure, and use the Antivirus Monitoring security use case version 1.0.

You can download this use case from the ArcSight Marketplace portal under the Classic Packages category:

https://marketplace.microfocus.com/arcsight

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Hello,

Please let us know where the ARB file is for this content?

Thanks,

I apologize but I did not see any specific call out to the definition of "Critical Asset" as in the rule "Critical Asset Network Scan from External Source" is this a network and asset model dependency?

Thanks

Please find the download link:

Reconnaissance | HPE Marketplace

Regards

I am looking for the base ARB file needed to import this Use Case. It is called downloads_groups_1.0.arb per your documentation.

It is not installed in my system. Please let me know where I can get this arb file.

Regards

Vignesh

Nevermind, It was inside the zip file. I got it. Thanks Anyway.

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