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KES 11 - HTTP Inspection [MOVED]

  • 14 November 2019
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Hello there,

We’ve been attempting to enable some form of HTTPS content inspection via one of our existing management systems and noticed that Kaspersky 11.0.1.90 pf5323 does have this feature Under General Settings > Network Settings > Encrypted Connection scan. 

This is already active and I can see how it can be setup and implemented and it doesn’t appear to be causing us any issues,

However I would like a detailed understanding of precisely how Kaspersky implements this feature and compare this against other solutions for example https://www.watchguard.com/help/docs/help-center/en-US/Content/en-US/Fireware/proxies/https/https_proxy_contentinspection_c.html 

Thanks,

 

//Mod Note: moved to the correct section.

 

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Best answer by Nikolay arinchev 6 December 2019, 19:30

Hi,

To scan encrypted connections using Firefox and Thunderbird, Kaspersky Endpoint Security enables usage of system storage of trusted certificates in the settings of these applications.

Also you can learn more here - https://help.kaspersky.com/KESWin/11.2.0/en-us/43493.htm

Thank you!

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Hi, I don’t seem to have had any response on this. So I’ll log it to the technical support team instead.

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Hi,

To scan encrypted connections using Firefox and Thunderbird, Kaspersky Endpoint Security enables usage of system storage of trusted certificates in the settings of these applications.

Also you can learn more here - https://help.kaspersky.com/KESWin/11.2.0/en-us/43493.htm

Thank you!

Hi Nikolay,

Thanks this is really helpful. I only have one further question is there anyway I can prove that HTTPS inspection is actually functioning i.e. if I enable some form of logging. Is there any test site of some sort to prove this?

Thanks,

Omar.

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Unfortunately, there is no any special site for test purposes.

Thanks Nikolay!

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