Does this mean that after adguard intercepted the https data and filtered the ads out, it get re-encrypted using adguard private key before displaying to the user's browser. I was hoping the developer could shed some light into this matter and be as transparent as possible. For my peace of mind (and possibly others).Hi, because all your data is intercepted by adguard to stop the ads then at the moment your going to be forced to use the adguard security certificate unless you disable adguard. They have said however that you are going to change this is the future in case you feel this is not safe so that you can use the sites security certificate over theirs to give you peace and mind. I have no dates when this is happening, but i remember seeing this when someone else asked about this.
Dont worry though your details should be safe =) Ive been suing it no issues yet.
avatar said:Unfortunately, this is the only way to filter https.
We check that certificate is valid though. So if your browser shows that identity is verified - you can be sure that the site is ok.
But if you want to be 100% sure and see the real certificate issuer - the only way is to disable https filtration.