What is Philter?
Applicability to PII and PHI
Evaluating Philter's Performance
Sample Filter Profiles
Custom NLP Models
Monitoring and Management
How to Use an Apache Reverse Proxy with Philter
How to Use a Signed SSL Certificate with Philter
Apache NiFi and Philter
Monitoring Philter in AWS
Managing Philter’s Configuration in an Auto-Scaling Environment
Deploying Philter in a HIPAA Environment
Consistent Anonymization with Redis
Deploying Philter in AWS via a CloudFormation Template
Using AWS Kinesis Firehose Transformations to Filter Sensitive Information from Streaming Text
Using Philter with Microsoft Power Automate (Flow)
Philter on AWS
Philter on Azure
Philter on Google Cloud
Describes how to access Philter's log.
Philter 's log file can be viewed using the command
journalctl -u philter
. This log should be the first place checked for more information on Philter's status.
The log level can be set using the
property in Philter's
Philter's log file may contain sensitive information. It is possible that through the normal use of Philter, sensitive information may be written to the log file.
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