As discussed here: https://community.mcafee.com/t5/ePolicy-Orchestrator/ePO-communication-to-update-nai-com-on-port-80/...ePo communication to update.nai is not encrypted because all info is publicly available.Does this mean if somebody managed to make a Man-In-The-Middle attack, he can alter dat files and content updates in order to delete legitimate files on the network / workstations?
Could you give me a bit more information about this, please? Thank you.
Each directory and file has a hash, so if a file is modified, the hash comparisons will not match and the pull task will fail.
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