lennylovegun44 karma2020-11-12 14:47:12 UTC
Okay - now i have to ask. Why would my AV need to strip my ssl on https traffic?
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lennylovegun9 karma2020-11-12 15:25:26 UTC
Okay, i see how it makes sense in stopping browser hijacking(noscript would properly not work for the normal user :) ). Now im just curious, so a question more. If the "malicious script" from the browser, tries to execute or change anything outside the browser. The "normal" Kaspersky AV catches that?
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