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Safire software version: 2.3.4 (release 6.2)

ID Title Sessions Per IP Protocol Description
1 Facebook 30 HTTPS Emulates the access to Facebook website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
2 Facebook Video 10 HTTPS Emulates the use of the Facebook video.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
3 WeTransfer File Download 2 HTTPS Emulates the use of the WeTransfer to download.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
4 Netflix 5 HTTPS Emulates the access to Netflix website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
5 Netflix Video Play 5 HTTPS Emulates the use of the Netflix video.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
6 Salesforce 10 HTTPS Emulates the access to Salesforce website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
7 Microsoft Office 365 30 HTTPS Emulates the access to Microsoft Office 365 website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
8 Microsoft Outlook 5 HTTPS Emulates the access to Microsoft Outlook website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
9 AWS S3 File Download 5 HTTPS Emulates the use of the AWS S3 to download.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
10 Amazon 10 HTTPS Emulates the access to Amazon website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
11 Dropbox 10 HTTPS Emulates the access to Dropbox website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
12 Google 10 HTTPS Emulates the access to Google website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
13 Google Drive File Download 5 HTTPS Emulates the use of the Google Drive to download.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
14 Google Search 10 HTTPS Emulates the use of Google to search.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
15 Atlassian JIRA 5 HTTPS Emulates the access to Atlassian JIRA website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
16 Instagram 5 HTTPS Emulates the access to Instagram website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
17 Twitter 5 HTTPS Emulates the access to Twitter website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
18 Slack 5 HTTPS Emulates the access to Slack website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
19 LinkedIn 10 HTTPS Emulates the access to LinkedIn website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
20 YouTube 20 HTTPS Emulates the access to YouTube website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
21 YouTube Video 5 HTTPS Emulates the use of the YouTube video.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
22 Yahoo 5 HTTPS Emulates the access to Yahoo website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
23 Apple 10 HTTPS Emulates the access to Apple website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
24 BBC 5 HTTPS Emulates the access to BBC website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
25 CNN International 5 HTTPS Emulates the access to CNN International website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
26 Bloomberg 5 HTTPS Emulates the access to Bloomberg U.S. edition website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
27 Bing 5 HTTPS Emulates the access to Bing website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
28 Bing Search 10 HTTPS Emulates the use of Bing to search.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
29 eBay 5 HTTPS Emulates the access to eBay website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
30 Gmail 20 HTTPS Emulates the access to Gmail inbox website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
31 iCloud 15 HTTPS Emulates the access to iCloud website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web client.
32 HTTP (Chrome) 20 HTTP Emulates HTTP download traffic (response size 10000 bytes) using Chrome browser.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
33 HTTP (Firefox) 20 HTTP Emulates HTTP download traffic (response size 10000 bytes) using Firefox browser.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
34 HTTP (Safari) 20 HTTP Emulates HTTP download traffic (response size 10000 bytes) using Safari browser.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
35 HTTP (IE) 20 HTTP Emulates HTTP download traffic (response size 10000 bytes) using IE browser.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
36 HTTP (Edge) 20 HTTP Emulates HTTP download traffic (response size 10000 bytes) using Edge browser.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
37 HTTP (Opera) 20 HTTP Emulates HTTP download traffic (response size 10000 bytes) using Opera browser.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
38 HTTPS (Chrome) 20 HTTPS Emulates HTTPS download traffic (response size 10000 bytes) using Chrome browser.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
39 HTTPS (Firefox) 20 HTTPS Emulates HTTPS download traffic (response size 10000 bytes) using Firefox browser.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
40 HTTPS (Safari) 20 HTTPS Emulates HTTPS download traffic (response size 10000 bytes) using Safari browser.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
41 HTTPS (IE) 20 HTTPS Emulates HTTPS download traffic (response size 10000 bytes) using IE browser.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
42 HTTPS (Edge) 20 HTTPS Emulates HTTPS download traffic (response size 10000 bytes) using Edge browser.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
43 HTTPS (Opera) 20 HTTPS Emulates HTTPS download traffic (response size 10000 bytes) using Opera browser.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
44 iTunes 6 HTTPS Emulates the access to iTunes.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
45 GitHub 6 HTTPS Emulates the access to GitHub website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
46 Skype for Business 6 HTTPS Emulates the login to Skype for Business.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by an application.
47 TCP Download (Port 20) 5 TCP Emulates file download using TCP port 20 (FTP data transfer).
48 TCP Upload (Port 20) 5 TCP Emulates file upload using TCP port 20 (FTP data transfer).
49 TCP Upload (Port 5443) 1 TCP Emulates file backup to server TCP port 5443.
50 TCP Download (Port 5443) 1 TCP Emulates file recovery from server TCP port 5443.
51 TLS Download (Port 22) 5 TLS Emulates file secure download using TCP port 22.
52 TLS Upload (Port 22) 5 TLS Emulates file secure upload using TCP port 22 (SCP).
53 TLS Upload (Port 5443) 1 TLS Emulates file secure backup to server TCP port 5443.
54 TLS Download (Port 5443) 1 TLS Emulates file secure recovery from server TCP port 5443.
55 UDP Download (Port 80) 1 UDP Emulates stream download from server UDP port 80 (QUIC).
56 UDP Upload (Port 80) 1 UDP Emulates stream upload to server UDP port 80 (QUIC).
57 WordPress 2 HTTPS Emulates the access to WordPress website. This application uses dynamically
created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed
by a web browser.
58 Mozilla 2 HTTPS Emulates the access to Mozilla website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
59 Wikipedia 6 HTTPS Emulates the access to Wikipedia website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
60 Google Maps 12 HTTPS Emulates the access to Google Maps website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
61 Vimeo 6 HTTPS Emulates the access to Vimeo website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
62 Yelp 5 HTTPS Emulates the access to Yelp website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
63 Google Play 12 HTTPS Emulates the access to Google Play website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
64 Google Docs 10 HTTPS Emulates the access to Google Docs website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
65 PayPal 9 HTTPS Emulates the access to PayPal website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
66 SlideShare 9 HTTPS Emulates the access to SlideShare website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
67 Adobe 20 HTTPS Emulates the access to Adobe website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
68 Google News 10 HTTPS Emulates the access to Google News website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
69 Google Photos 10 HTTPS Emulates the access to Google Photos website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
70 IMDb 30 HTTPS Emulates the access to IMDb website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
71 CNET 30 HTTPS Emulates the access to CNET website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
72 Financial Times 30 HTTPS Emulates the access to Financial Times website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
73 Twitch 22 HTTPS Emulates the access to Twitch website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
74 Blizzard 10 HTTPS Emulates the access to Blizzard Entertainment website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
75 League of Legends 18 HTTPS Emulates the access to League of Legends website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
75 League of Legends 18 HTTPS Emulates the access to League of Legends website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
76 Amazon Prime Video 5 HTTPS Emulates the access to Amazon Prime Video website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
77 Amazon Prime Video Play 6 HTTPS Emulates the use of the Amazon Prime video.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
78 HTTP Persistent 1KB 1 HTTP Emulates persistent HTTP GET of HTML page.
Response size: 1024 bytes. MSS: 1460 bytes.
79 HTTP Persistent 2.5KB 1 HTTP Emulates persistent HTTP GET of HTML page.
Response size: 2560 bytes. MSS: 1460 bytes.
80 HTTP Persistent 5KB 1 HTTP Emulates persistent HTTP GET of HTML page.
Response size: 5120 bytes. MSS: 1460 bytes.
81 HTTP Persistent 10KB 1 HTTP Emulates persistent HTTP GET of HTML page.
Response size: 10240 bytes. MSS: 1460 bytes.
82 HTTP Persistent 20KB 1 HTTP Emulates persistent HTTP GET of HTML page.
Response size: 20480 bytes. MSS: 1460 bytes.
83 Viber 14 HTTPS Emulates the access to Viber website.
This application uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a web browser.
84 Apple Push Notification 2 TLS Emulates the Apple Push Notification communication traffic.
85 Apple Maps 2 HTTPS Emulates the use of Apple Maps using a web browser.
86 Apple Siri 1 HTTPS Emulates the use of Apple Siri.
87 Azure Log Analytics 50 HTTPS Emulates the access to Azure log analytics using a web browser.
88 Google Analytics 4 HTTPS Emulates access to Google Analytics using a web browser.
89 Kaltura 3 HTTPS Emulates the access to Kaltura using a web browser.
90 Microsoft Teams 2 HTTPS Emulates Microsoft Teams application.
91 Outlook Web Online 1 HTTPS Emulates Outlook Web using a web browser.
92 Palo Alto Updates 5 HTTPS Emulates Palo Alto updates.
93 Palo Alto Wildfire Cloud 3 HTTPS Emulates Palo Alto Wildfire cloud traffic.
94 SSL 11 TLS Emulates SSL traffic.
95 Microsoft Azure 1 HTTPS Emulates the access to Azure using a web browser.
96 Windows Push Notifications 20 HTTPS Emulates Windows push notifications.
97 MSSQL DB Encrypted 4 TLS Emulates MSSQL DB encrypted traffic.
98 MSSQL DB Unencrypted 4 TCP Emulates MSSQL DB unencrypted traffic.
99 SSH 6 TCP Emulates SSH traffic.
100 Syslog 2 UDP Emulates syslog traffic.
101 TCP Bidirection (Port 5443) 1 TCP Emulates one bidirectional TCP data transfer connection on port 5443.
102 TLS Bidirection (Port 5443) 1 TLS Emulates one bidirectional TLS data transfer connection on port 5443.
103 UDP Bidirection (Port 80) 1 UDP Emulates a pair of bidirectional UDP flows on port 80 (QUIC).

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