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Iframes / websocket / Cross Origin / webassembly

Hi, I Wanted to know if all the iframes , the websocket and the cross origin issues was blocked by default. If it is, is there any another way than disable ssl inspection to bypass this blocked ? Thanks for your help.
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Re: Iframes / websocket / Cross Origin / webassembly

Hello @User75954620 

iframes and cross origin issues are browser concepts, the proxy see all requests individually and cannot see the "whole picture" with interrelations between them.

You can disable or cut out iframe out of the html page but is an advanced feature, I haven't seen many customers that do this.

Websockets are allowed by default, but you can block websocket connections with a special rule.


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