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  1. Marcos

    Firefox + ESET SSL Filter CA

    Yes, that's correct. We set security.enterprise_roots.enabled to true and import the root certificate to the system trusted root CA certificate store. However, it could be that under certain circumstances we still import it also the the Mozilla's TRCA certificate store, e.g. when an older version of Firefox is used but I can't confirm nor deny it at the moment.
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  2. https://www.comparitech.com/blog/vpn-privacy/remote-access-vpn/
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  3. This is related to WPAD DNS activity: https://findproxyforurl.com/wpad-introduction/ Appears WPAD has a number of security risks with the recommendation it be permanently disabled if not using IE11 or Edge as your browser: https://auth0.com/blog/heads-up-https-is-not-enough-when-using-wpad/
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  4. Hi All, Thank you for the information, like has already been said I think the notification from ESET is a side affect of something else that is changing the domain suffix when connect to the VPN. Something that might be of consideration is disabling the 'Auto-Detect' proxy configuration in Chrome / IE which will then stop the browser from looking for these configurations as 'wpad.domain.com' is the default search browser use if this setting is enabled and the information is not provided via DHCP. This should fix the issue for anyone that is still seeing this on their machine. Please
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  5. Hi Guys, A quick question are all of these machines that are affected domain joined machines? Also is anyone using wpad to configure a proxy on the machines connecting to the VPN? Regards,
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