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> secure protection of Kazakhstan users when using coded access protocols to foreign Internet resources.

I guess "coded" here means VPN as well...

Wonder how other countries' embassies will be connecting if they block all the encrypted connections? Everything through a satellite connection presumably.




They're unlikely using plain HTTPS for sensitive traffic, as that still divulges what sites you're visiting.


Technically it only divulges which IP addresses you're accessing. The URL, including domain name, in the request is encrypted.


Server Name Identification divulges the hostname (in the clear) during the key exchange.


> Wonder how other countries' embassies will be connecting if they block all the encrypted connections? Everything through a satellite connection presumably.

Or just getting official exceptions.




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