The following custom application can be created on the Palo Alto Firewall to identify Pokemon-go traffic
<application version="7.1.0"> <entry name="pokemon-go"> <default> <port> <member>tcp/443</member> </port> </default> <signature> <entry name="pokemon-go-sig"> <and-condition> <entry name="And Condition 1"> <or-condition> <entry name="Or Condition 1"> <operator> <pattern-match> <pattern>pgorelease\.nianticlabs\.com</pattern> <context>ssl-req-client-hello</context> </pattern-match> </operator> </entry> </or-condition> </entry> </and-condition> <scope>session</scope> <order-free>no</order-free> </entry> </signature> <subcategory>gaming</subcategory> <category>media</category> <technology>client-server</technology> <description>Custom Pokemon App</description> <risk>1</risk> <consume-big-bandwidth>yes</consume-big-bandwidth> <used-by-malware>no</used-by-malware> <prone-to-misuse>no</prone-to-misuse> <parent-app>ssl</parent-app> </entry> </application>
The custom application can then be applied in a security policy to either deny the app or to gain visibility into the usage of the app.
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