Reward his bossiness and ridiculous demands, he'll become a high paid manager of C++ programmers in no time.
sux0rz writes "The use of proxy appliances and their SSL "Decryption" or man-in-the middle capabilities is becoming increasing popular. I understand the desire for these devices, but I can't help but worry about the legality of them as well. I'm not a lawyer, but aren't these devices breaking some sort of federal law? What can the little guy do to fight his company from intercepting SSL traffic?"