These setup videos are designed to get the Security Flow installation up and running quickly. The videos provide information from how to login to how to setup a phishing flow.
Part 1: First Login
- The default system password. See Default Admin User Information for additional information.
Part 2: System Settings
- Set the
Security Flow System Name or IP Addressto exactly match the host name and port, if not 443.
- Update the
Verify SSL certificatessetting based on whether or not your root CA is included in the default Mozilla list of trusted certificates.
- Upload a trusted certificate for the Security Flow webserver to use.
- Enable LDAP or Single Sign-On (SSO) for user authentication.
- See Using the Application Settings Screen for additional information.
Part 3: Plugins and Plugin Instances
Certificates and Fabrics
- Provision McAfee TIE's DXL broker certificate from your McAfee ePO instance (optional). See Using the Certificates Screen and Using the Provision New Fabric Certificate Screen for additional information.
- Creating a new fabric instance using the newly signed certificate. See Using the Fabric Instances Screen and Using the Create/Edit Fabrics Screen for additional information.
Creating a Plugin Instance
- See Using the Plugin Instances Screen for additional information.
- See Editing Plugin Instance Example for additional information.
Part 4: Security Flows
Basics of the Flow Editor
- Pulling in a node to the editor. Plugin specific nodes come from the installed plugins.
- Restarting the flows editor after updating an existing plugin or installing a new plugin.
- See Using the Security Flows Screen for additional information.
Importing Flows from the Nevelex Labs Security Flow Library
- Importing flows from the Nevelex Labs Security Flow Library.
- Wiring the imported flows together to create a basic phishing flow to enrich an incoming phishing email.
Links to Example Flows