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SSL is dead and insecure, TLS replaced it years ago, macOS is different from Windows on how it handles TLS connections, it was mentioned in another forum about what ESET on macOS does not have TLS scanning yet.

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On 12/17/2023 at 8:26 PM, Chas4 said:

SSL is dead and insecure, TLS replaced it years ago, macOS is different from Windows on how it handles TLS connections, it was mentioned in another forum about what ESET on macOS does not have TLS scanning yet.

I do not understand your answer. The feature is promised long time and is still not there. That's my only complaint. I do not even require full decryption but a warning page when blockin a malicious HTTPS site would be the minimum instead of a browser error page.

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Apple has changed the APIs a few times since ESET first started to talk about it.  ESET also had just redone ESET Cyber Security to use more native code with v7 of ESET Cyber Security.

SSL is a dead and insecure encryption protocol and was replaced with TLS a while back, and also most browsers now block anything below TLS 1.2.

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1 hour ago, Chas4 said:

Apple has changed the APIs a few times since ESET first started to talk about it.  ESET also had just redone ESET Cyber Security to use more native code with v7 of ESET Cyber Security.

SSL is a dead and insecure encryption protocol and was replaced with TLS a while back, and also most browsers now block anything below TLS 1.2.

OK then my title should be TLS not SSL ;) But I guess you know what I mean.

But your answer is not the explanation. The feature is still not there although it was communicated that it will be included in v7. It took ages to have v7 ready and then ages to have a config menu included and now ages to give the additional features. Cyber Security Pro is still not on the new v7 architecture and and. This is my complaint. Not a discussion wether it is SSL or TLS nor if it is useful or not :)

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