Re: [fw-wiz] Blocking Teamviewer

I found this IDS rules for detection:

tcp $HOME_NET any -> $EXTERNAL_NET any (msg:"DynGate TeamViewer"; flow:from_client,from_server,established; content:"DynGate"; pcre:"/din.aspx ?s="; pcre:"&client=DynGate&p="; depth:12; sid:6661; rev:1;)

If you use Active Directory, you could block teamviewer.exe through a Group policy.

Kind regards
Flemming Laugaard

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