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Eset 7.0 tampers with https traffic


Orascu Vlad
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Hello all

Recently we had some issues with ESET.

We have Eset Endpoint Protection in our environment.

We are also using sign Sign On for some applications.

We have noticed that  SSL/TLS Protocol filtering was blocking / altering https traffic to ADFS, related to sign in info, which was preventing users from logging in to the applications.

After disabling the SSL/TLS filter (as atatched in the picture)  the sign in process succeeded.

Is this ok for this to happen?

Thank you

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Disabling SSL/TLS filtering is not recommended, otherwise HTTPS traffic won't be filtered at all. As a result, Web Control rules may not work, malicious or scam https websites will not be blocked and possible malware downloaded via https may not be detected.

A secure solution would be excluding the particular url or certificate from filtering.

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You can exclude the appropriate SSL/TLS communication here:

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Also you can switch the SSL/TLS filtering mode from automatic to interactive so that you are prompted for an action when a secure communication is detected. After excluding the communication based on the particular certificate you can switch back to automatic mode.

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Hi,

i have some customers with endpoint antivirus with this similar problem.

some webites deploy banner-ad and their zert would block by eset...very ofter for the same zert/website.

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All browser, all os (7,10)

 

Any Idea?

Edited by TobiMG79
Adon: users with local admin rights, dont get this windows from ESET!
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Expired certificates will be handled by the browser itself soon. This change has already been made in consumer products through a module update with Endpoint to follow soon.

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