Vulnerability Assessment against Panorama found two vulnerability

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Vulnerability Assessment against Panorama found two vulnerability

L3 Networker

Hi Support,


Recently we have Vulnerability Assessment and found two vulnerability on Panorama


1. “The remote HTTPS server is not enforcing HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) on Port 28443

2.“SSL Certificate Cannot Be Trusted” for port 28270.

How can we remediate on both vulnerability above?


Any advise and solution much appreciated 

Thank you 




L4 Transporter

Hello @Fariq_Zaidi 


Port 28443 is specifically utilized for downloading content files from Panorama by firewalls. On the other hand, port 28270 is employed for communication between Panorama and managed firewalls or managed collectors.

It's important to note that these ports facilitate communication between Palo Alto devices and proper certificate validations are enforced in this communication. The certificates involved can be self-signed. Consequently, the alerts you are observing could be triggered by external tools attempting connection or checks, which may not fully validate the certificates in use.


Network Security Engineer
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