I have a inbound rule in place fro my forward facing web-server and am tightning the policy down to only allow a few apps and a few default ports ssl and web-browsing
When i was looking at what traffic was hitting the rule, Isaw the following applications
SSL 443 = iexpected
web-browsing (80) =expected
however i am noticing
http-proxy on port 80
Is the HTTP-proxy application something I need to allow is this legitimate traffic , or is this something that should be denied ?
and thanks in advance
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You won't need http-proxy. This is when your users are trying to evade url filtering by using and outside proxy service.
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