feasibility with PaloAlto to block header information like OS, Browser details when end user try to access internet.

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feasibility with PaloAlto to block header information like OS, Browser details when end user try to access internet.

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is there any feasibility in PaloAlto to block/hide header information like OS, Browser details when end user try to access internet.

This information is getting captured by Third party Infosec and addressed by them.

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Hi @Deepak25 

So far paloalto only supports inserting additional headers (for specific domains), but it is not possible to block or hide existing headers. With another explicit webproxy such a requirement might be possible.

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Hi @Deepak25 

So far paloalto only supports inserting additional headers (for specific domains), but it is not possible to block or hide existing headers. With another explicit webproxy such a requirement might be possible.

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