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Virtual lab traffic behaviour

Post by masonit » May 14, 2018 11:46 am

Hi

When I start Surebackup VMs. Is there any risk that VMs with applications that speak over Internet "gets out" from the sandbox? If I configure default gw on the virtual lab proxy. Would this be a risk? Or is still only traffic generated from outside and in that "get out" from sandbox?

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Re: Virtual lab traffic behaviour

Post by DGrinev » May 14, 2018 2:31 pm

Hi Magnus,

Internet proxy is http(s) one working with port 8080 by default, so it shouldn't be possible for Applications to get out of the sandbox zone.
However, if the HTTP protocol is enough for communication, then it can become possible.
Please provide a bit more details about the applications in sake of clarification. Thanks!

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Re: Virtual lab traffic behaviour

Post by masonit » May 15, 2018 7:59 am

Isen't that only a issue if Internet proxy is activated in proxy appliance?

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Re: Virtual lab traffic behaviour

Post by DGrinev » May 15, 2018 11:52 am

Yes, this is the only option to enable the HTTP(S) internet access for VMs in the virtual lab. Thanks!

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