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      01-16-2012, 03:10 PM   #24
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Originally Posted by blue dragon View Post
^^ That can be blocked on the firewall. Not only can you block tcp/22, you can block the protocol going out on any other port. Remember there is a protocol identifier field in the tcp header, that a firewall can see
I see where youre getting at. In my situation, traffic on 22 was blocked. However, I had all ssh traffic being handled on 443 (HTTPS).

Depending on the appliance you use, I can see how they can block the fingerprint of SSH traffic. I just dont know if Blue Coat alone can do this.

Originally Posted by E92_SID View Post
Another way you might be able to get around the security if you really wanted to is to connect remotely to your home pc via a service like Go To My PC and then browse what ever sites you want on your home PC through the remote connection.

I am an IT Security Engineer too and plenty of my colleagues do this.

On any enterprise that "knows" what they are doing, they would be blocking connections similar to "Go To My PC" or even standard RDP/VNC

If an enterprise allows such connections, its obviously not very secure.