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hurymak
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If https url is encrypted, how walled garden allows it by regex?

Sat Feb 11, 2017 9:45 am

1.Ireally dont understand regex in walled garden.


2.How it knows to allow some https if https url is encrypted? on dst host?
 
troffasky
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Re: If https url is encrypted, how walled garden allows it by regex?

Sun Feb 12, 2017 12:46 pm

I won't claim to understand it, but certificate is not encrypted so common name/alt name can be read from it.
 
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Re: If https url is encrypted, how walled garden allows it by regex?

Mon Feb 20, 2017 2:55 pm

I won't claim to understand it, but certificate is not encrypted so common name/alt name can be read from it.
You're right, but mikrotik uses the DNS cache and frees everything going to a particular IP regardless of the requested hostname.
I'm facing problem with this here, my provider has a google cache.
The google cache is a unique server a single IP that responds to all requests to google. I wanted to release only the google api, but everything from google was released.

Please someone help me to disable this, using a regular expression to release the https connection using the SNI extension would be a lot more useful to me.

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