Kazakhstan's HTTPS Interception Live!
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This post describes our analysis of carrier-level HTTPS interception ordered by the government of Kazakhstan.
The Kazakhstan government recently began using a fake root CA to perform a man-in-the-middle (MitM) attack against HTTPS connections to websites including Facebook, Twitter, and Google. We have been tracking the attack, and in this page, we provide live results from our measurements of the evolving Kazakh interception system.
Number of Vantages Observing MitM in current scan:
|Domains||Number of Vantages observing blocking (Out of 6736 measured)|