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Inline Cloud Analyzed Unknown-TCP Command and Control Traffic Detection

L1 Bithead

Hi All,

Good day, Does anyone have a resolution for this? There are a lot of these generated. 
"Inline Cloud Analyzed Unknown-TCP Command and Control Traffic Detection"

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Thank you

 

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L5 Sessionator

I'd suggest to check if the traffic is legitimate. You may want to check the IP address & the port number to see which application could be generating the traffic and also take a packet capture (if necessary) to understand the traffic better.


The "app override" would be one of the workarounds. Alternatively, if the IP address is fixed, an exception can be set in OBJECTS => Security Profiles => Anti-Spyware => Anti-Spyware Profile => Inline Cloud Analysis => Exclude from Inline Cloud Analysis => IP ADDRESS.

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L5 Sessionator

I'd suggest to check if the traffic is legitimate. You may want to check the IP address & the port number to see which application could be generating the traffic and also take a packet capture (if necessary) to understand the traffic better.


The "app override" would be one of the workarounds. Alternatively, if the IP address is fixed, an exception can be set in OBJECTS => Security Profiles => Anti-Spyware => Anti-Spyware Profile => Inline Cloud Analysis => Exclude from Inline Cloud Analysis => IP ADDRESS.

Thanks for your input, I noticed the destination is already excluded from Inline Cloud analysis. I will also add the source destination since it mostly comes from a fixed IP address. 

L2 Linker

Yes, a shortcoming of the documentation and what's posted here is which IP address should be added for an exclusion? Source? Destination?

 

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