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Which Attack Groups Are Included in Each DI Signature Pack?

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Article ID: KB14573 KB Last Updated: 15 Mar 2010Version: 3.0
Summary:
Need to determine which DI (Deep Inspection) attack group can be used in each DI signature pack.  
Symptoms:

NSM allows you to include DI attack groups that are not included in a particular DI signature pack.

Solution:

You can determine what attack groups are included in a DI signature pack by entering the command "get attack group" from the CLI within ScreenOS.  This list depends on which signature pack you have configured on the device.  

Another way to determine the attack groups included in each signature pack is by going to one of the following URLs:


You can also view DI signatures per protocol using the URL format:
http://help.juniper.net/sigupdates/english/protocol.html    (protocol is case sensitve)
For example:
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