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From: BlueBoar at (Blue Boar)
Subject: SSL Filtering

> Is there a way to detect if this MITM is being performed?

The one method I'm familiar with for how to accomplish this with SSL 
involves installing keys for a company CA in the users' browsers.  (The 
SSL MITM box resigns the keys, and as long as the key is trusted by the 
user, no dire error messages occur.) If you were paying attention, you 
could check that the signing CA had changed.


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