On 02/02/18 15:12, Roberto Carna wrote:
OK Matus, now I understand....but let me ask one more question:

In explicit mode, is it possible that a given person with Squid
advanced knowledge can see the plain text of the traffic? Because if
this person is the admin of the proxy server, I think it may be a way
to read the plain content of the connection user-remote server.

Thanks a lot again !!!

Unless you are using ssl-bump/peek and splice (which will be show up a warning in the browser if squid's CA in not installed in its list of authorities) the traffic is tunneled through squid still encrypted. You can't see anything but the domain part of the URL.

If you are bumping, and have installed CAs into browsers, just, of course it's possible for a proxy admin to see the plaintext.


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