SummaryWhen using HTTPS edge caching, and a whitelist of sites, it is possible to see a security pop up on clients' machines warning that that any site should not be trusted.
OverviewWhen using HTTPS edge cache, the Exinda requires the ability to break the encrypted connection and establish one in place, in order to be able to place content in cache, or serve it from cache. This is the same operation as standard HTTP edge cache, but HTTPS requires the use of certificates for encryption purposes.
The size of the intrusion this can cause, is something that can be controlled by using an HTTPS whitelist, to only whitelist certain sites to be cached.
While this whitelist is active, the following popup might happen on end users' computers while browsing to any HTTPS site, regardless of whether it is in the whitelist or not: