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[DeleGate-En] checking https traffic for anomalies on client side...
01 Oct 2007 15:46:07 GMT "gink0" <>

I've read manual, but i still don't know if it is possible to do this
with https traffic:
I have three servers:
Server A is running delegate(as proxy for users accessing internet),
server B is firewall(capable of http application inspection)
and server C is another delegate in demilitarized zone.

Is it possible with delegate to decrypt  https communication(user will
be presented with delegate certificate),
then pass decrypted http traffic through firewall and then(after
inspection on firewall),
finally let delegate on server C connect through https to destination

A(delegate decrypt)->B(http application fw)->C(delegate

Firewall is capable of NAT, of course.

thank you.

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