The BIG-IP Application Security Manager (ASM) is a powerful Web Application Firewall that provides amazing Layer 7 protection for your web applications.  The heart of what the ASM does is based in the policies that you create for it.  When you create a policy, you establish what can and can't be allowed through the ASM...things like specific parameters, file types, URLs, etc.  For some of your web app traffic, though, you might want to provide an exception to your ASM policy.  This Lightboard Lesson discusses some of the exceptions to ASM policies and how you can configure them.  Enjoy!


 

Related Resources:

Lightboard Lessons: ASM Policy Building

BIG-IP ASM:  The Importance of File Types, Parameters, and URLs