[clug] SSL Man-in-the-Middle attack - by "Law Enforcement"?

Daniel Pittman daniel at rimspace.net
Thu Mar 25 18:23:26 MDT 2010

Alex Satrapa <grail at goldweb.com.au> writes:
> On 26/03/2010, at 10:35 , Daniel Pittman wrote:
>> Still, doing this on any shared network, like the wildly popular public
>> wireless stuff, or on any network choke-point, like an ISP where you control a
>> server, is practical.
> Stephen Conroy
> Paedophiles
> Think Of The Children
> HTTPS transparent proxy
> (and when Paedophiles are passé, we could switch back to The Muslim Threat,
>  Domino Effect, Boat People, Japanese Whalers, etc)

I was thinking of "unofficially control", but the original post was a
confirmation that at least some certificate authorities will cooperate with
government over cases like this ... so, yeah. :)
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