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Critical app-ctrl alert Proxy.HTTP

experts.tallysolutions.com website block in Proxy: Proxy.HTTP.
 
how do we allow particular reported website in application control.
 
 
 
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    Re: Critical app-ctrl alert Proxy.HTTP 2019/02/03 23:19:44 (permalink)
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    Hi anyone please help me to allow 
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    Re: Critical app-ctrl alert Proxy.HTTP 2019/03/06 09:17:28 (permalink)
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    Hello,
     
    The signature "Proxy.HTTP" detects a web proxy connection in a format like "GET https://xxx.yyy.com" or "CONNECT https://xxx.yyy.com". There are 2 reasons your session to the destination gets flag as "Proxy.HTTP".
     
    1. You have a web proxy set up. In this case, you need to recalibrate either the web proxy or your firewall to allow the session. You cant set your network to use a web proxy and then have the signature "Proxy.HTTP" set to block.
     
    2. You are using an application that connects to the destination with a web proxy connection. In this case you can add a custom application control signature to whitelist the host.
     
    You can use this template:
     
    F-SBID( --name "YourDomain.HTTP_Custom"; --protocol tcp; --service HTTP; --pattern "yourdomain.com"; --context host; --no_case; --app_cat 12; --weight 10; )
     
    F-SBID( --name "YourDomain.SSL_Custom"; --protocol tcp; --service SSL; --pattern "yourdomain.com"; --context host; --no_case; --app_cat 12; --weight 10; )
     
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