In other words, corporate sponsored man-in-the-middle attacks on its own staff. Serious privacy issues in that. While I can understand that it is important to be able to filter malicious scripts etc., everyone I talk to about this type of device is not comfortable having a machine on the network pulling apart your secure traffic. It gives the impression that it will provide someone with access to that device a way to get to the data that they should not be privy to like my passwords, credit card information, other personal details that we spend so much time and effort trying to secure.
There has to be a better balance than this.
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