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KostasGR
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Protocol N/A on ips protections means?

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Hello community

 

Can someone explain what Protocol N/A on ips protections means?

 

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Kostas

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G_W_Albrecht
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This means Not Available - protection is not tied to a protocol... Same is true of column File Type - only some protection have one shown. This is reasonable and easily understood when looking into what the issue is - e.g., Adobe Acrobat and Reader Heap Overflow protection has both protocol and file type set to N/A.

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G_W_Albrecht
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This means Not Available - protection is not tied to a protocol... Same is true of column File Type - only some protection have one shown. This is reasonable and easily understood when looking into what the issue is - e.g., Adobe Acrobat and Reader Heap Overflow protection has both protocol and file type set to N/A.

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G_W_Albrecht
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Most used protocol is http (7426), then N/A (2827).

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