I would like to get a view on what crypto/coin mining activity is going on inside my network but there isn't an application category that covers this - they are just classified as internet-utility and have varying other attrributes. I can't create an application filter that picks them out either, at least not without including google-base or other unrelated applications but even if I could, reports don't seem to allow filters, so the only way seems to be to manually pick out all mining applications, which there are quite a few of.
Has anyone managed to do this, or something similar which may help?
There is a URL filter called CryptoCurrentcy. That might work? Also look into TOR traffic. Best to limit the amount of applications and URL's the users can get to. Also the servers should be blocked from internet browsing, unless absolute need and then just those URL's/IP's.
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