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How can i only allow in and out traffic from only port 80 and block other ports?

Created: 07 Sep 2013 | 5 comments

hi guys

i am facing a huge security issue and i want that in my webserver the trafic only use port 80 (in and out) and all the other ports block. i have bit idea that it can be done in firewall policy but i dont know how. kindly help

i my antivirus server has windows 2008 server r2 and the SEPM is 12.0.3.

kindly help guys

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.Brian's picture

You create two rules.

One to allow port 80 traffic. Move it to the top.

Another to deny all traffic. Move it under the allow port 80 traffic rule.

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pete_4u2002's picture

is the security risk from the internal users, the traffic that violates the policy should be monitored and appropriate training has to be provide.

are you looking to prevent from internal user or on network?

rivo's picture

I was looking for this answer also. I solved the issue with the network, but can it be done for an inside user ?

pete_4u2002's picture

yes, follow Brian's suggestion. For this you need to have NTP conmponent to be installed.