[clug] OT: Protesting the proposed clean feed?
jeffm at ghostgun.com
Wed Oct 22 02:42:17 GMT 2008
Andrew Janke wrote:
>> Has anyone else found any actual technical details?
> The only doc that I know of is this:
> Most notable: p53, Table4
> ie: completely bypassable with p2p/IM/"custom protocol" which of
> course will all spring up to get around this.
I note with interest that some products state filtering of https. I
think that the only way this will work is if the client browser has a
root certificate which is used by the content filter for re-encryption
of the traffic. After all these protocols are designed to resist
man-in-the-middle attacks like this. Can you imagine trying to get ISP
customers to install a root certificate for their browser let alone an
untrusted certifiate so you can snoop on their bank transactions.
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