SSL filtering

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by pegas, Apr 1, 2009.

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  1. pegas

    pegas Registered Member

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    Hi folks,
    Using the latest ESS 4.0.417 and it works like a charm but to be honest I never have experienced any issues with 4.0.314 except filtering of SSL protocols, so I had disabled this option until today's release of 418. Glad I can report here that all pages where I met with problems in 314 now work, so a definite leap ahead. However one page causing me problem when SSL filtering is enabled. See below snap. If SSL fitering is disabled I can go there without problem. While there is recommended to contact their helpdesk I rather place query here at first because it is apparent the problem belongs to ESS.
    Can someone help me? I would appreciate to get know at least how to exclude this page from SSL filtering while the filtering is still enabled. I could go in this way as this page is trustworthy.
    Thanks and regards.
    pegas
     

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    pegas Registered Member

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    Hi Slovak fellows from Eset!
    While you beat us yesterday in soccer I believe you don't put me aside with my SSL problem. I tried to exclude the page from HTTP/HTTPS scanning but it obviously has nothing to do with SSL. I can't figure out how to exclude a page from SLL filtering. It seems that this feature is not available but it is off my understanding why. If you can exclude a page from HTTP scanning you should also implement exclusions from SSL filtering.
    Anyhow looking to hear from you.
    regards,
    pegas
     
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    pegas Registered Member

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    OK no replies yet, let's narrow and simplify my question as follows.
    1) Is it possible to exclude a page from SSL filtering?
    2) If so, how to do that?

    To make it easy for Eset folks :D, please mark up in following form:
    Ad 1) YES ......... NO
    Ad 2) see below instruction
    - if YES above is marked, explain how to do that
    - if NO above is marked, leave it blank
     
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    pegas Registered Member

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    OK, I found it :argh:, so can complete the form myself.
    Ad 1) YES
    Ad 2) When prompted to deal with a certificate, choose Exclude. That's all.
    Credit goes to pegas :D.
     
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