On 10/15/07(04:39) you "Maurice Glandrup" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
|What I thought DeleGate is capable of doing is: if the browser is directed
|to a https server, DeleGate can make translations that make it appear for
|the browser that it is getting its data from a http server, while the https
|server thinks the client is a secure.
|Besides the translation from http -> https and vice versa, DeleGate also
|solves encryption and decription.
|If DeleGate can be configured this way, then it would be possible to analyze
|the decrypted HTML content.
You can cache/convert/analize the communication with the HTTPS/SSL server
by DeleGate as a HTTP proxy. If the clients sees the server as a HTTS/SSL
server, it can be done with STLS=mitm, of if the client sees the server as
if it's a HTTP server, it can be done as follows.
|> It depends on why you need it to do what. For example you can access
|> a HTTPS/SSL server like https://server as if it is http://https.server
|> over the bare HTTP protocol via DeleGate as a HTTP proxy like follows:
|> delegated -P8080 SERVER=http MOUNT="http://https.* https://*"
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