Netskope’s Secure Web Gateway supports HTTP/S traffic on any port. While
Netskope’s Cloud Firewall can control any port and protocol, Secure Web
Gateway customers may have use cases to block certain high risk apps
that use non-HTTP/S ports and protoc...
@paulsmithau This is a fair statement. The exact protections vary
depending on the deployment method used. For example, if using the
Netskope steering client, all traffic (Web, Private Application, and
non-Web traffic) can be sent to Netskope via the...
@mdantona my apologies for the delay as my post earlier must not have
submitted successfully. Are you seeing connection attempts in the
npadebuglog.log when using Chrome? If not, it would indicate that the
Netskope client is not successfully intercep...
Good morning! Since you mention it works in other browsers, my first
guess is that Chrome may be leveraging DNS over HTTPS. The Netskope
steering client monitors DNS requests and local network traffic to make
its steering decisions. DNS over HTTPS ca...
Good afternoon! Is this only impacting Catalina Macs? What happens if
you try to go to that federated domain in the browser rather than the
Global Protect client? Do you happen to have the Netskope client logs or
a packet capture?
The Netskope SMTP DLP functionality leverages an SMTP proxy and
integrates with Office365, Gmail, or your MTA to perform alerting and
user education. When Netskope DLP detects a violation, we take the
administrator specified action which is usually i...