Proper network and security settings are important to your safety. But they can sometimes cause hiccups with our services. Below you’ll find useful details for ensuring smooth gameplay on secured networks.
Kahoot! needs access to ports 80 and 443 on these domains:
Kahoot! also requires secure websockets technology, which may cause issues with some proxy servers. You may need to allow our websockets URLs to bypass your proxy:
SSL is used to encrypt data between devices and servers. Networks that monitor SSL activity sometimes replace our certificates with those of the monitoring service. This can cause authentication errors. The above URLs may need to bypass network monitoring.
Cookies, pixel tags, or similar are used to keep track of progress. These will need to be allowed for our URLs to work properly.
You can test to see if Kahoot! can be played on your network at https://test.kahoot.it/. If Websockets is "true" and Log is "Connected", then you shouldn’t need to worry about the requirements above for typical gameplay.