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Manual Chapter: Security Policy Elements in Each Policy Type
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Security policy elements included in each policy type

The elements that the system can automatically add to a security policy depend on the policy type you select for automatic policy building. The policy types you can select when creating a security policy automatically are Fundamental, Enhanced, and Comprehensive. The following table shows which elements are included in each policy type. They are listed in the order in which they are found in the Security Policy Elements area of the Configuration screen.

Security policy element Fundamental Enhanced Comprehensive
HTTP Protocol Compliance Yes Yes Yes
Evasion Techniques Detected Yes Yes Yes
File Types Yes Yes Yes
File Types: Lengths Yes Yes Yes
Attack Signatures Yes Yes Yes
URLs No Yes Yes
URLs: Meta Characters No Yes Yes
Parameters No Yes Yes
Parameters: Name Meta Characters No No Yes
Parameters: Value Lengths No Yes Yes
Value Meta Characters No No Yes
Cookies No Yes Yes
Allowed Methods No Yes Yes
Request Length Exceeds Defined Buffer Size Yes Yes Yes
Content Profiles No No; Yes if JSON/XML payload detection selected No; Yes if JSON/XML payload detection selected
Content Profiles: Automatically detect advanced protocols No No; Yes if JSON/XML payload detection selected No; Yes if JSON/XML payload detection selected
Host Names Yes Yes Yes
CSRF URLs No No No
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