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    It could sell product. I don't think any of the other NGFW products have this yet, but I suspect there is real demand for it... especially in the home market I think there's a desire for an easy way to do this at the router level if UT ever opts to really put out a separate "router" product for home users using one of those Intel small NUC chassis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcoehoorn View Post
    It could sell product. I don't think any of the other NGFW products have this yet, but I suspect there is real demand for it... especially in the home market I think there's a desire for an easy way to do this at the router level if UT ever opts to really put out a separate "router" product for home users using one of those Intel small NUC chassis.
    You mean like ITUS Guardian?

    Untangle in that format would be amazing for SMD/SOHO/Home market.

    https://itusnetworks.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky-knight View Post
    Telemetry Control, a new module for Untangle?
    Telemetry Control module, with all of the known telemetry farming firms in it.. Indeed - a great thing.

    Although you CAN do it manually with a combination of Webfilter, App Control, and Firewall. A nice module would rock.

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    The latest update to one of my existing windows 10 installs.

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3081452

    Yeah, fu too ms.

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    The really sad part is that https inspector breaks windows 10 updates, so much that if I click through to advanced to look at the update history, it can't show the history, it's blank, until I free the vm from https inspector.

    SMH.

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    HTTPS inspection w/ROOT CA is a mess - not just on Untangle.

    It's best to leave it off unless you want some huge headaches. Even Fortinet doesn't do it properly.

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    There is no way to do it properly, that's the nature of certificates. Meanwhile we've got asinine outfits like Mozilla, making a browser that has lost its ability to easily bypass specific certificate errors.

    As if businesses are going to pay for legitimate certificates for network equipment, and the 100s of other things out there that have an SSL protected web console. Some of which is so old they can't use modern ciphers anyway.
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    According to the report, Microsoft bypasses any edited instructions in the Hosts file and exchanges data with vortex-win.data.microsoft.com and settings-win.data.microsoft.com, possibly among others.
    If true, that is ridiculous.
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    So what is the easiest way to add this list?

    Thanks

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