Is it risky to that allow browser-based apps on any ports
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Is it risky to that allow browser-based apps on any ports

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I'm considering to create a policy for Internet access to replace traditional Internet rule (i.e. outbound 80/tcp or any other ports raised by user per special request).  To minimize future special request by user, I prefer to allow any ports if app-id identified the traffic as "browser-based apps".  Would it be too risky to enable such rule (provided that antivirus, antispyware and vulnerability protection profiles are all turned on with URL filtering)?

Thank you.

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Hi,

There is no absolute good answer about this. Security mongers will scream about this heresy while bored admin will say 'who cares if no virus comes in?'

I opened broswer-based on 80,443,8080,8443,81 and it suits 99% of user needs.

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