Tag Archives: security

A simple way for a Citrix ADC (NetScaler) to respond with a 404 not found

I am a big fan of cheating if it comes to security. Giving wrong answers to questions may be misleading and will direct attackers into the wrong direction. This will cost time and, at the same time, rise the risk of being caught red-handed. If someone attacks a website, he… Read more »

How to start a Citrix ADC / NetScaler WAF Project, Part 1: General

This is the forth part of this blog. Part Part 1 2 3 4 5 I am currently working on a Citrix ADC (NetScaler) WAF project. It’s a big international enterprise, security is of some concern to them. So everything hould be pretty much straight forward? Well, it never is…. Read more »

AAA-default settings changed with Citrix ADC (NetScaler) 13 built 41.20

Yesterday I upgraded to NetScaler 13 built 41.20. Everything worked fine. No problems. But out of a sudden, my Exchange deployment failed to authenticate (I did it following Julian Mooren’s outstanding deployment guide). I did some further investigation and found all my other AAA servers don’t authenticate, even though the… Read more »

Citrix ADC (NetScaler) 13: Pre-authenticating to TCP based services

photo by geralt (pixabay.com) last update: January 5th 2020 Recently I had to find a solution to block all connections to a TCP based service (SSH, TCP port 22), except of connections from IP addresses that pr-eauthenticated using a AAA vServer. This is something, most firewalls can do, but a… Read more »