Gravitsapa75 karma2020-11-12 13:19:45 UTC
When I installed Kaspersky a couple of years ago, my Firefox started complaining about non-authentic root certificates. Why was that? Do you still replace root certificates to decipher https traffic?
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Gravitsapa62 karma2020-11-12 14:03:37 UTC
We all know about Russia's continuous attempts to monitor internet usage by its citizens (see SORM). In your opinion, would deciphering HTTPS traffic without user's knowledge be helpful in such an endeavor?
Gravitsapa20 karma2020-11-12 14:09:51 UTC
There was a whole series of corruption scandals where Alexey Navalny and his team would fly drones over luxurious properties of prominent Russian officials and then report the excesses in youtube videos. My guess is that those people are among the buyers of the anti-drone system.
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