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From du...@habmalnefrage.de
Subject [users@httpd] man-in-the-middle https proxy
Date Sat, 13 Jun 2009 15:41:44 GMT
Hi all,

I have a Apache2 + mod_ssl + havp + squid as a transparent HTTPS-Proxy with virus scanner
deployed.

Since mod_ssl has only the ability to host only one SSL hostname based certificate per IP
I'm looking for a solution to host multiply hostnames with dynamically generated certificates
based and certificated on a trusted proxy ca on the fly. 

This seam as a man-in-the-middle attack from a bad guy, but this will be practical deployed
in a trusted company net, which should be protected against HTTPS-virus deployment. 

Has anybody seen a similar solution or knows how to patch mod_ssl or maybe a mod_ssl fork
which realise such an issue ?

Astaro firewall has such a commercial solution based on closed source.

Regards
Dirk 
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