RE: Bypassing proxies
> > Wondering if some people know of some "content-aware"
> proxies/filters, to
> > attempt to block [some of] those dangerous products (apart
> from maintaining
> > a black-list...)
> Since the traffic is encrypted, content filtering
> will not trigger.
Thats true for HTTPS, not HTTP.
And still, encrypted traffic could be filtered based on other criterias than
> > Certainly, it will always be possible to encapsulate
> anything in HTML very
> > sharply, but some filtering could be made still?
> If you allow traffic between the client and the
> Internet at all, tunneling will always be
Indeed. But i believe some things could be filtered in some cases, and are
> > (Maybe even run a browser on the proxy and have it check it
> is able to
> > display what goes through? sounds a bit freak, doesn't it?)
> Why do you allow people to install software on the
> clients, if you don't trust them.
people do what they please.
my job is [to try] to keep the network secure, in spite of users installing
> - rk
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