Updated on Feb. 21, 2023: New Application Type Added (Web Application Ruby Based)
Starting in August 2022; Trend Micro began adding Port 443, a standard port for secured HTTP traffic (HTTPS), to support Advanced TLS Traffic Inspection within the Deep Security / Cloud One Workload Security Intrusion Prevention System (IPS). This change will allow the IPS system to monitor HTTPS traffic as well.
BackgroundTrend Micro Cloud One Workload Security recently announced the “Advanced TLS Inspection” feature that enables decryption of SSL/TLS encrypted traffic used in HTTPS protocol on web servers.
Advanced TLS traffic inspection is enabled by default when the intrusion prevention module is turned on. You can verify the status of the feature by viewing the policy properties: Policy > Intrusion Prevention > General > Advanced TLS Traffic Inspection.
To utilize this feature, it is necessary to monitor HTTPS traffic, requiring the addition of port 443 in web server Application Types.
DetailsThe following Application Type(s) have been updated to reflect this change. This page will be updated for more Application Types are they are released.
- Web Application Tomcat
- Web Server SharePoint
- Web Server IIS
- Web Application Common
- Web Server Apache
- Web Server Miscellaneous
- Web Application Ruby Based