2110099 : Unencrypted HTTP traffic over SSL has been detected
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Unencrypted HTTP traffic over the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) port has been detected. SSL is a security protocol used to privately communicate over the Internet. Unencrypted HTTP traffic over the SSL port could indicate that an attacker is attempting to conduct malicious activity.
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This signature detects a valid HTTP request and response on port 443 that is not encrypted.
|False Positive:||Some servers may be configured (or misconfigured) so that they accept unencrypted HTTP traffic on port 443 and if so, the traffic may be considered legitimate.|
- Apple Mac OSCisco IOSCompaq Tru64 4.0Data General DG/UXHP HP-UXIBM AIXIBM OS2Linux KernelMicrosoft Windows 2000Microsoft Windows 2003 ServerMicrosoft Windows 95Microsoft Windows 98Microsoft Windows 98SEMicrosoft Windows MeMicrosoft Windows NT 4.0Microsoft Windows XPNovell NetWareSCO SCO UnixSGI IRIXSun SolarisWind River BSDOS
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