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  • Fortigate Autoscale: A collection of Node.js modules and cloud specific templates which support basic autoscale functionality for groups of FortiGate VM instances via Microsoft Azure Functions and Amazon AWS Lambda (alpha).

    JavaScript 3 4 MIT Updated Apr 18, 2019
  • Google Cloud function used to change the security group of a specified Compute instance. Can be used in conjunction with FortiOS automation to quarantine compromised hosts.

    JavaScript MIT Updated Apr 2, 2019
  • Azure function used to change the security group of a specified VM. Can be used in conjunction with FortiOS automation to quarantine compromised hosts.

    JavaScript MIT Updated Apr 2, 2019
  • AliCloud function used to change the security group of a specified ECS instance. Can be used in conjunction with FortiOS automation to quarantine compromised hosts.

    JavaScript MIT Updated Apr 2, 2019
  • Go 1 MPL-2.0 Updated Mar 22, 2019
  • AWS Lambda function used to change the security group of a specified EC2 instance. Can be used in conjunction with FortiOS automation to quarantine compromised hosts.

    JavaScript 2 MIT Updated Mar 16, 2019
  • Shell MIT Updated Mar 9, 2019
  • Cloud Formation Templates for getting you started in AWS with Fortinet.

    Python 3 MIT Updated Jan 24, 2019
  • A set of Azure Templates for getting you started in Azure with Fortinet.

    1 MIT Updated Nov 22, 2018
  • Lambda function to be called in CloudWatch when GuardDuty sends logs to CloudWatch. This script will write the malicious IP to a dedicated file in an S3 bucket. Firewall service (i.e. FortiOS) can pull this list, and add those malicious IPs to the blacklist.

    JavaScript 2 3 MIT Updated Oct 10, 2018
  • Lambda function which stores log data in cloud storage. For use with Security Fabric Automation

    JavaScript 1 MIT Updated Oct 4, 2018

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