This article lists the network IP addresses where the F-Secure protection services backend servers are located. Connectivity to these networks is required for proper operation of the products.
F-Secure network ranges
F-Secure operates its services primarily in the following network ranges:
Registration and licensing
Registration and licensing backends are operated from within the networks listed above in the F-Secure Network Ranges. HTTP and HTTPS access is required to these addresses.
Online reputation lookups
The F-Secure online reputation cloud is hosted within the networks listed above in the F-Secure Network Ranges. HTTP access is required to these addresses.
Definition database update servers
The global F-Secure content delivery network used by the definition database update services utilizes dynamic addressing and traffic routing. The content delivery network operates on both HTTP and HTTPS protocols.
The F-Secure Network Ranges above do not cover for all the possible addresses in the content delivery network. F-Secure is not able to provide a complete and accurate list of IP addresses used in the network.
For customers wishing to control their outbound network traffic, F-Secure recommends the use of a web proxy server, and setting up the access control policies using hostnames rather than IP addresses.
Policy Manager, Internet Gatekeeper and Anti-Virus Linux Gateway customers that require the ability to restrict the outbound access by using IP addresses may follow these instructions to configure their installation to use an alternative update server address.