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RE: MariaDB Audit "OS hostname" empty

Hi Thanks for answering. I'm still without an answer. Regards -- Freddy Britofreddy.brito@daitek.com.ar Avda Corrientes 3360 Piso 12 C1193AAS - CABA - Argentina t + 54 11 5275 9710 | c +54 9 11 2653 9420 info@daitek.com.ar | www.daitek.com.ar


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RE: MariaDB Audit "OS hostname" empty

Hey Freddy, Sorry to see no one was able to help out here. Did you find the information you need? Thanks, Sarah -- Sarah Lamont Digital Community Manager --


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MariaDB Audit "OS hostname" empty

Hi Community I found in one of our customers, while checking audit records, that OS hostname (client doing the query) is empty when is about mariaDB. For MSSQL is fine. I can see the hostname of the query issuer. Then, I reproduce this in my lab 1- Is this a limitation of the agent for mariaDB?...



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RE: DAM for Oracle Cloud

Hi Robert, Great question - I wonder if or might have some insight into this query?โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹ Thanks for posting! -- Sarah Lamont Digital Community Manager --



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DAM for Oracle Cloud

Has anyone worked with DAM in an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure? The agent may work on a bare metal db instance as that is the most similar to a Linux DB server. But is probably not supported. #DatabaseActivityMonitoring #ImpervaAgent -- Robert Miller Senior Cybersecurity Engineer Bank of the...


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RE: Blocking in z/OS DB2 mainframe

Thanks David. -- Freddy Brito Technician Daitek S.A. Buenos Aires --


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RE: Blocking in z/OS DB2 mainframe

Hi Freddy, I think this should answer your question: https://docs.imperva.com/bundle/v14.2-agent-for-zos-installation-and-configuration-guide/page/62349.htm It details the Match Criteria Available with SecureSphere Agent for z/OS for Db2. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks, -- David...