Killed by Proxy: Analyzing Client-end TLS Interception Software


To filter SSL/TLS-protected traffic, some antivirus and parental-control applications interpose a TLS proxy in the middle of the host’s communications. We set out to analyze such proxies as there are known problems in other (more matured) TLS processing engines, such as browsers and common TLS libraries. Compared to regular proxies, client-end TLS proxies… (More)


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@inproceedings{Carn2015KilledBP, title={Killed by Proxy: Analyzing Client-end TLS Interception Software}, author={Xavier de Carn{\'e} and Mohammad Mannan}, year={2015} }