Google Addresses NAT Slipstreaming Vulnerability By Blocking Port 10080

Google Chrome now blocks HTTPS, HTTP, and FTP access to TCP port 10080 to prevent ports from being abused in NAT Slipstreaming 2.0 attacks, joining Mozilla which blocks it since November 2020.

However, some browser developers now won't be able to utilize the 10080 port as an alternative for port 80.

To allow the developers to use the port, Google Chrome developers will be adding enterprise policy to override the block.



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