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Port 443 Non-SSL Traffic Detection

Info

Synopsis

The remote client appears to be tunneling data over port 443 TCP (SSL)

Description

The remote host is running non-SSL traffic over port 443. Port 443 is a port that is typically allowed outbound access via a firewall. Because of this, some users may attempt to pass non-SSL traffic over port 443.

Solution

Ensure that this application is authorized for your network