Is there any way to restrict amazon-cloud-drive-upload for certain websites?
For example, say the website is www.mywebsite.com (public IP 184.108.40.206) and has an applet that allows users to upload files. When the user attempts to upload the files, the firewall detects this as application "amazon-cloud-drive-upload". You can't create a firewall rule that with a destination of 220.127.116.11 and allow app amazon-cloud-drive-upload, since that function is using amazon's IP address range (18.104.22.168/15). However, if you allow the application for that aws region, then these users can upload to any site that is in that region, which is not ideal.
Hopefully, this makes sense
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I dont quite follow. However if its using the app, then its probably AWS on the backend. Check the logs and it should show you.
Yes, I meant to come back and delete the post. I was able to figure it out. I had to uncheck Log Container Page Only in my URL profile, to see the exact URL for aws.
appreciate the reply though
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