The eBlocker supports HTTPS/SSL connections for web browsing if the user enables the HTTPS function. The eBlocker forms the end of the encrypted end-to-end connection with the server, analyzes the packets and encrypts them again when acessing the internet device. In order for this encryption to work, the so called root encryption certificate – individually for each eBlocker – must be recorded once in the browser or in the operating system.
This process is an “industry standard” to protect encrypted connections and is also successfully used by us.
April 2021: Gute Neuigkeiten eBlockerOS 2.6 veröffentlicht & Q1 Spendenziel erreicht