RE: Downloading thu HTTP port

No i dont know the signature for that. Either email their support team,
they should be able to tell you or use ethereal or netmon to do a
network trace if you are that familiar and it should give it to you
IIRC. But even then you will still have to know what you are looking for
as such.
 
Greg Mulholland
200gb should be enough for anyone!
 

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From: Corciega, Michael P. [mailto:MPCorciega@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Sunday, January 29, 2006 8:47 PM
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Subject: [isalist] RE: Downloading thu HTTP port


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Okay got it man! Anyway I sent an email also regarding how to block IMs,
I just referred to your article on "Preventing P2P and Instant Messaging
programs from hijacking your network with ISA 2004 Firewalls" 

 

Anyway, some of the apps signatures are not listed on the link that you
sent from Microsoft. Do you know the application CHIKKA from chikka.com
a PC to Mobile SMS service. I'd like to get the Application Header of
that thing. How will I do it?

 

Many thanks!

MICHAEL PENALES CORCIEGA

Systems Administrator

IT Infrastructure - ICT Department

GMA Network, Incorporated

"Network isn't about computers connected, it's about people working
together."

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From: Greg Mulholland [mailto:greg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Sunday, January 29, 2006 5:40 PM
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Subject: [isalist] RE: Downloading thu HTTP port

 

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Michael

 

Are you trying to stop them downloading particular file types from the
Internet? Have i read the question right?

 

If so, then go to your rule that allows users access outbound http
access and right click it. Select Configure HTTP and then go to the
Extensions tab. In there you can configure your http download
restrictions.

 

HTH

 

Greg Mulholland

ATM is for banks!

 

 

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From: Corciega, Michael P. [mailto:MPCorciega@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Sunday, January 29, 2006 8:26 PM
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Subject: [isalist] Downloading thu HTTP port

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Hi Everyone,

 

I'd like to ask how can I prevent a user from downloading with only HTTP
port open? I'd notice that even if I don't give a user access to FTP
port, and the only port open is HTTP, they can still download files from
the internet? Can I prevent this in some ways?

 

Many thanks!

MICHAEL PENALES CORCIEGA

Systems Administrator

IT Infrastructure - ICT Department

GMA Network, Incorporated

"Network isn't about computers connected, it's about people working
together."

 

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