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SSL (HTTPS/IMAPS/POP3S) scanning in macOS product yet?


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You can add port 443 to the list of scanned ports which helps in url filtering of https sites. Support for SSL is planned later for v7 products.

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In the thread I linked above, you said the same thing: "SSL filtering will be included in v7 products which are planned for 2019/2020." It's now almost FOUR YEARS past that.

I see the macOS product is still the same crippled thing it has been for a decade. Clearly, this is never going to be fixed.

This is so disappointing and disgusting that you have finally shaken my faith in NOD32 for Windows too. My 3-year license is expiring, which is why I was back here looking. You could have had me for both platforms -- but trust has finally been eliminated. I am no longer your customer.

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5 hours ago, bld said:

 

I see the macOS product is still the same crippled thing it has been for a decade. Clearly, this is never going to be fixed.

That’s also for me the most negative. For macOS, Eset is really not the fastest in improving for Home users. Others may have a more modern approach.

Regarding SSL decryption: This would be a real game changer and outstanding feature (although the activation of such is controversely discussed resulting in pros and cons). I do not know any other big named professional company who has implemented it, except Kaspersky (in a basic way). Do you? I also know of Avast and AVG, but would not change to those. 

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