Kaspersky Security Center

Ports used by Kaspersky Security Center Web Console

8 April 2024

ID 199308

The table below lists the ports that must be open on the device where Kaspersky Security Center Web Console Server (also referred to as Kaspersky Security Center Web Console) is installed.

Ports used by Kaspersky Security Center Web Console

Port number

Service name

Protocol

Port purpose

Scope

2001

KSCWebConsolePlugin

 

HTTPS

API port that is used by the management plug-in processes to receive requests from the KSCWebConsoleManagementService

Running node.exe processes of management plug-ins

 

1329, 2003

KSCWebConsoleManagementService

 

HTTPS

API ports that are used to receive requests from the KSCWebConsoleManagementService running on the same device

Updating Kaspersky Security Center Web Console components

 

2005

KSCWebConsole

 

HTTPS

API port that is used to receive requests from the KSCWebConsoleManagementService service running on the same device

Running node.exe processes of Kaspersky Security Center Web Console

 

3333

Kaspersky OSMP KAS Service

HTTPS

OAuth2.0 authorization endpoint port

Identity and Access Manager

4004

Kaspersky OSMP Facade Service

HTTPS

OAuth2.0 identity provider port

Identity and Access Manager

4444

Kaspersky OSMP KAS Service

HTTPS

OAuth2.0 Token introspection endpoint port

Identity and Access Manager

8200

No.

HTTP

API port that is used to generate certificates by means of HashiCorp Vault (for more details, see the HashiCorp Vault website)

Installing Kaspersky Security Center Web Console and updating Kaspersky Security Center Web Console components

4150, 4151, 4152

 

KSCWebConsoleMessageQueue

HTTPS

API ports of the Message Broker that are used for communication between processes of both Kaspersky Security Center Web Console and management plug-ins

Interaction between Kaspersky Security Center Web Console and management plug-ins

The table below lists the ports that do not have to be open on the device where Kaspersky Security Center Web Console Server is installed. However, Kaspersky Security Center Web Console uses these ports for Identity and Access Manager.

Ports used by Kaspersky Security Center Web Console for Identity and Access Manager

Port number

Service name

Protocol

Port purpose

Scope

4445

Kaspersky OSMP KAS Service

HTTPS

Main Identity and Access Manager port that receives configuration from Kaspersky Security Center Web Console for OAuth2.0 authorization endpoint port (for more information about OAuth 2.0, see the OAuth website)

Identity and Access Manager

2444

Kaspersky OSMP Facade Service

HTTPS

Port for the configuration of Identity and Access Manager

Identity and Access Manager

2445

Kaspersky OSMP Facade Service

HTTPS

Port for the connection of Kaspersky OSMP KAS Service to Kaspersky OSMP Facade Service

Identity and Access Manager

See also:

Ports used by Kaspersky Security Center

Enabling Identity and Access Manager: scenario

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