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Resolved! DNS with https

Hello , We are having  DNS Advantage Package We are concerened DNS over https , Is it a Security concern for us ?  can umbrella be bypassed ? Mostly our client machines are MACOS ? Kindly provide some inputs in this direction of DNS over https  

Resolved! Umbrella query

We have a query  If we use Proxy server , it will change the IP address of source machine , We have DNS advantage .  DOes having an On prem proxy makes any difference ?

Hi, As umbrella is dns security ,if someone access the malicious website by ip address and not the name , will umbrella detect/prevent  it ? Also ,if someone uses a client like command line , filezilla to do ftp  etc ,will umbrella prvenet it. The cl...

Hello ;  One of our customer is looking for DNS Security Advantage PackageI am looking for Best Pratice document for this Also, how to rollout  Anyconnect  script .and  certificates for SSL decryptionrules that apply at the office /outside?- Link the...

One of the key drivers for Umbrella is the security it provides for roaming clients with split tunneling enabled for the most efficient traffic routing to resources. With the SIG package, it looks like we have DNS and Web traffic covered quite well w...

skdudoit by Beginner
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We need to deploy CIsco Umbrella but have no On Prem servers ( AD, DC, FS) everything is running on Google/G-Suite. Is it possible to install Cisco Umbrella with out any VA servers? Thank you,

alb207 by Beginner
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Hello Everyone ,Can someone please explain who Umbrella SWG process non standard (80-443) ports .For example If my user wants to go to https://XYZ:4443/ Will Umbrella SWG will be able to process it , or is strictly tied to 80,443 ?Is there any way us...

Silver_Cat by Beginner
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