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  Reply # 2029506 4-Jun-2018 22:44
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insane:

 

I bet they'll using (and enforcing) some form of DNS filtering service, i.e Cisco Umbrella, Zscaler Shift, or Akamai ETP

 

 

If I was a major international airport I would certainly be operating some form of security fabric.


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  Reply # 2029554 5-Jun-2018 07:06
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Crowdie:

 

insane:

 

I bet they'll using (and enforcing) some form of DNS filtering service, i.e Cisco Umbrella, Zscaler Shift, or Akamai ETP

 

 

If I was a major international airport I would certainly be operating some form of security fabric.

 

 

You might be giving them a little too much credit.. After me pestering them for probably a year they finally enabled client isolation a few months ago. (Ironically within 24 hours once contact was finally made with the right person!)


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  Reply # 2029567 5-Jun-2018 08:25
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It's Cisco OpenDNS. I used it to test out how effective OpenDNS is (not great imho, it acts like a proxy when it knows about bad stuff, so is only a part time content scanner and pretty appalling for picking up new threats). Just use an IPSEC or SSL VPN tunneling in tunnel all mode (everything goes over your vpn). I found varying reliability with IPSEC VPNs in their lounges - I don't think it was blocked - more like some routers they used didn't like multiple IKE/IPSEC sessions, so SSL is probably best.


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  Reply # 2030218 5-Jun-2018 20:37
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sbiddle:

 

Crowdie:

 

insane:

 

I bet they'll using (and enforcing) some form of DNS filtering service, i.e Cisco Umbrella, Zscaler Shift, or Akamai ETP

 

 

If I was a major international airport I would certainly be operating some form of security fabric.

 

 

You might be giving them a little too much credit.. After me pestering them for probably a year they finally enabled client isolation a few months ago. (Ironically within 24 hours once contact was finally made with the right person!)

 

 

Well we always live in hope :-)


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  Reply # 2030397 5-Jun-2018 22:50
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sbiddle:

Crowdie:


insane:


I bet they'll using (and enforcing) some form of DNS filtering service, i.e Cisco Umbrella, Zscaler Shift, or Akamai ETP



If I was a major international airport I would certainly be operating some form of security fabric.



You might be giving them a little too much credit.. After me pestering them for probably a year they finally enabled client isolation a few months ago. (Ironically within 24 hours once contact was finally made with the right person!)



Well that takes the fun out of delayed flights...

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