I am suferring from many failed attempts trying to block ultrasurf. i added the application to a deny policy on the top of my policies, but users keeps jumping to the allow policy. i tried to block unkown UDP/TCP apps, but it failed too. the applcation itself can't be blocked even though i blocked all the dependecies. i tried to do it on 5050 and 5060 on both PAN 5.0.11 and PAN-OS 6.0 with the most updated licenses.can some one help. i guess it's considered a huge problem
Does it still happen with Decryption enabled and Block sessions that cannot decrypted ? With that my own tests show it cannot get through .... Also it's useless to say unknown-tcp and unknown-udp should be blocked ...
the unknown-tcp and unknown-udp are blocked but should the PA block them without the need of ssl decryption policy ( i mean if we have the right signature of the application) ?!
with ssl decryption you will identify the real app. inside the ssl, so if you see only unknown tcp/udp , after decryption it will not change.
But if you see ssl, then it may change.
Until last version of ultrasurf, we were able to block it without decryption.
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