Find all clients connected to HTTP or HTTPS ports

ss -o state established '( dport = :http or sport = :https )'
It finds, specifically, the connections to the HTTP and HTTPS ports as source ports. You can check for destination ports as well.
Sample Output
$ ss -o state established '( sport = :http or sport = :https )'
Recv-Q Send-Q                                                                       Local Address:Port                                                                           Peer Address:Port   
0      0                                                                           123.123.123.123:https                                                                         31.14.72.45:9776    
0      0                                                                           123.123.123.123:http                                                                          67.204.23.12:55646   

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