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It is expected that when you initially configure this feature it will bring back some false positive warnings. It is therefore important that you perform a baselining procedure in order to reduce the false positives to zero. When you are at this point you will get the most benefit out of the system as you know that any erroneous behaviour away from the normal will then be alerted upon.
Both of the scenarios above could cause a False Positive that would produce a warning or alert.
We have developed a solution that allows you to baseline your configuration to identify any dynamic files that may need adjusting so as to not produce a lot of false positive warnings or alerts.
Looking at the example below we can see that the file has what looks to be a version number after the .js file extension:
RapidSpike are offering Professional Services to perform the baselining operation on behalf of clients utilising their experience so feel free to get in touch if this is something you are interested in.
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