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Issue: What is the firewall configuration requirement for F-Secure Rapid Detection Service (RDS) network sensor? Resolution: As the device needs to call the RDS backend for collection and management purposes, you must allow connections to the following hosts: doorman.sc.fsapi.com over TCP port 443 lorsp.sc.fsapi.com over TCP port 443 lorsp.sc2.fsapi.com over TCP port 443 por1-timon-alpha02.sp.f-secure.com over TCP ports 4505 and 4506 time.f-secure.com over UDP port 123 Should there be no way of whitelisting on a per-domain basis, IP addresses are provided below: 52.211.24.218 over TCP port 443 52.30.135.216, 52.214.234.48, 34.251.224.248 over TCP port 443 46.228.134.213 over TCP ports 4505 and 4506 46.228.134.122, 46.228.134.123, 52.211.114.129, 34.241.107.203 over UDP port 123  Note: The IP addresses can change due to modifications to the backend environment; use the command dig +noall +answer <domain.to.check> (Linux) or nslookup <domain.to.check> (Windows) to get the IP address to which the domain <domain.to.check> resolves. Article no: 000003525
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The Windows sensor does not install and the following message appears:
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The RDS portal user can configure daily, weekly and monthly reports on detections perceived in the monitored IT environment. The reports contain...
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To collect the client's database and diagnostic information, do as follows:
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The RDS Windows sensor supports several approaches to configuring proxy information.
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In this article, we outline the system and environment requirements necessary for deploying RDS sensors.
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To ensure that the RDS sensors are fully operational, we strongly recommend that you allow the connection to these entire sub-domains:
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The Rapid Detection and Response Service uses the data, as well as our human expertise to respond to the severity in the appropriate way. For example,...
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F-Secure Rapid Detection & Response Service (RDS) is a managed intrusion detection and response service that combines the best technology with the...
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The RDS Windows sensor supports both 32-bit and 64-bit platforms and is designed to run on both client and server versions of the Microsoft Windows...
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For servers, we are currently able to collect the necessary data with our generic sensors, so there is no need for separate server sensors.
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When an update to the RDS sensors is available, F-Secure notifies your organization.
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No. RDS only works with a working internet connection, as it is a cloud solution. However, proxy support is available.
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F-Secure Rapid Detection & Response (RDR) has been designed to provide advanced threat protection for today's rapidly evolving security landscape....
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Aside from detecting threats based on system and network behaviors as well as events, F-Secure Rapid Detection & Response (RDR) provides system...
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F-Secure Rapid Detection & Response (RDR) monitors endpoints (assets) and network events which are analyzed in real-time using real-time behavioral,...
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F-Secure Rapid Detection & Response (RDR) and F-Secure Rapid Detection & Response Service (RDS) are both detection and response services concerned...
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F-Secure Rapid Detection & Response (RDR) is a solution for partners that enables end-customers to respond to threats promptly with built-in...
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EDR stands for Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR). Endpoint Detection Response (EDR) solutions are designed to continuously monitor and respond to...
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Understanding the scope of a targeted attack is easy with a broad context of detections visualized on a timeline that includes all impacted hosts,...
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The F-Secure Rapid Detection & Response (RDR) sensor collects event-based data such as:
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F-Secure Rapid Detection & Response prepares you against data breaches and gives you the ability to analyze and respond to data breaches when they...
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Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) solutions and endpoint protection products (EPP) serve different purposes in the threat landscape. EPP products...
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GDPR regulatory demands require companies to be prepared for post-compromise breach detection, and invest in rapid response capabilities against...
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Issue: After installing standalone Rapid Detection and Response (RDR), the GUI displays error device sensors are not operational and license expired  Resolution: A most common mistake for standalone Rapid Detection and Response (RDR) sensor is installing MSI using the package without providing any MSI Transformation file (.mst) file, or any voucher in the command line. Those sensors will be in non-operation and expired. In order to fix this, the administrator needs to uninstall the RDR client first then reinstall it with the proper license.  Note: There is a different subscription key type for Workstation and Server. The keycode is not compatible if used between the platforms. Below is the example for installation using the executable installer: RDRStandaloneOnlineInstaller.exe --voucher ABCD-1234-BGFD --silent For MSI package, refer to guide below to generate an MSI Transformation file (.mst) and embed the license key into the MSI package. Refer here on installing the F-Secure Rapid Detection and Response client software for Windows Refer here on Installing the client software for Windows remotely Article no: 000010539
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