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Network traffic

Certain functions of the Cryptshare Server require network connections to other systems. To do this, the network, and in particular intermediate firewalls, must be configured accordingly. 65669472.png

Ports

Please refer to the table below for the required network traffic that has to be permitted. Be aware that most of the network ports can be configured individually (for example, the web server ports), so the actual ports may be different.

Port # (Default) Service Direction Source/Destination Purpose
80 HTTP Inbound User clients (Intranet and Internet) Access to the Cryptshare User Interface.
443 HTTPS Inbound User clients (Intranet and Internet) Access to the Cryptshare User Interface.
80 HTTP Outbound OS Update Repositories (Internet) Access to update repositories for the Operation System (Appliances only).
443 HTTPS Outbound Cryptshare Update Server Access to update repositories for the Cryptshare Server Application
8080 HTTPS Inbound Administrative clients (recommendation: Intranet only) Access to the Cryptshare Administration Interface.
9090 HTTP Inbound Administrative clients (recommendation: Intranet only) Access to the Cryptshare Administration Interface.
22 SSH Inbound Administrative clients (recommendation: Intranet only) Access to the operation system shell via SSH (Linux and Appliances only).
25 SMTP Outbound Email server / SMTP relay (Intranet) Email Delivery/Relaying for outgoing emails from the Cryptshare Server.
465 SMTPS Outbound Email server / SMTP relay (Intranet) Email Delivery/Relaying for outgoing emails from the Cryptshare Server - authenticated SMTP over TLS/SSL (SMTPS). This is only required when the Mail Server Settings are configured to use this port.
587 SMTP Outbound Email server / SMTP relay (Intranet) Email Delivery/Relaying for outgoing emails from the Cryptshare Server - email message submission (SMTP) . This is only required when the Mail Server Settings are configured to use this port.
389 LDAP Outbound LDAP server (Intranet) LDAP queries to resolve policy rules. This is only required if the LDAP interface of Cryptshare is used.
686 LDAPS Outbound LDAP server (Intranet) LDAP queries to resolve policy rules. This is only required if the LDAP interface of Cryptshare is used.
3268 LDAP Outbound Active Directory server (Intranet) LDAP queries to resolve policy rules against the Global Search Catalog. This is only required if the LDAP interface of Cryptshare is used with an Active Directory and requests will be issued against the Global Search Catalog.
22 SSH Outbound Archive server (Intranet) Access to the file system of the archive server. This is only required if the archiving interface (secure copy) is activated.
In addition, it may be necessary to configure an activated software firewall on the Cryptshare Server itself. On Cryptshare appliances, the integrated firewall (SuSEFirewall) is not active by default. For all other systems, please refer to the help of your operating system / software firewall.


Cookies

The Cryptshare web application uses cookies to recognize a browser session, to identify a verified user and to store additional user data. In order to ensure proper and user-friendly operation, the exchange between the browser and the Cryptshare server of the cookies described below has to be permitted.

Name Scope Description
cs-ui-session User interface Session cookie for the web application user interface.
client\_id User interface Unique ID used to differentiate different clients.
active\_user User interface Stores which of the saved sender mail addresses is currently used.
user\_email<index> User interface Stores details for a saved sender mail address.

These cookies exist multiple times - one for each Cryptshare user. Therefore the cookie name ends with a consecutive number, starting with 0. Examples: user\_email0 sender\_phone2

sender\_name<index>
sender\_phone<index>
verification\_token<index>
terms\_of\_use User interface Stores the date the terms of use were accepted at in order to check if they need to be accepted again after a change.
show\_cc User interface Stores the toggle state of the "CC" button when sending a new transfer.
show\_bcc User interface Stores the toggle state of the "BCC" button when sending a new transfer.
show\_download\_details User interface Stores the toggle state of the details section expand button when retrieving a transfer.
cs-ai-session Administration interface Session cookie for the web application of the administration interface.

HTTP Headers

Cryptshare for OWA communicates via REST with the Cryptshare Server. A part of the required information is transmitted via HTTP Headers. For flawless operation of Cryptshare for OWA it is therefore necessary to have a correct firewall setup. The following application headers are used:

Name of the HTTP header Communication direction Description
X-CS-ClientId Client → Server Unique ID for the identification of single clients
X-CS-MajorApiVersion Client → Server Specification of the required API version
X-CS-MinimumMinorApiVersion Client → Server Specification of the required API version
X-CS-ProductKey Client → Server Specifies the product making the request
X-CS-Password Client → Server Transfer password