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  Reply # 1600513 29-Jul-2016 08:38
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Installing a root ca is a huge deal for many reasons. This debat is not so much monitoring as it is the massive security hole introduced into devices.





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  Reply # 1600522 29-Jul-2016 08:55
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Not sure if this is still a thing, but a while ago I was reading in to systems that had the ability to strip SSL and provide all internal traffic as HTTP, this would effectively achieve the same result, but without the added "Superfish-like" threat.





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