I currently don't have a license for the manged IPS service and only use what little the home license provides.
My home security cameras picked up a neighbor (a retired database engineer) placing a small device on my front lawn. Walking away for an hour, then returning to retrieve it. I'm assuming it's a nefarious network device and I'm wondering how the UTM logs would pick up related intrusion attempts.Thanks,
Do you use WiFi behind the UTM.First, your neighbor has to get access to your network.If he captures enough WIFI traffic, he may be able to get the wifi-key.This you can't see within your IPS.If he is already connected to your (W)LAN, he may try to connect other devices. This may be visible as a "network anomaly" ... but unfortunately this feature is not included within Sophos IPS.
...But the device can be a little camera or a motion detector too to get some details about you .... or simple count cars // calculate car speed within your street.
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