It seems we've always had issues off and on with Checkpoints SSL Inspection and are routinely needing to bypass sites/IPs on a regular basis, so thought I would reach out to see if this is the norm or if I'm missing something. How are other people handling this?
A great example came up today with Wikipedia (see below).
We are running RR77.30 - Build 092
HOTFIX_R77_30_JUMBO_HF Take: 286
Your Browser's Connection Security is Outdated
We are removing support for non forward secret ciphers, specifically AES128-SHA, which your browser software relies on to connect to our sites. This is usually caused by using some ancient browsers or user agents like old Nokia smartphones or Sony Playstation3 gaming consoles. Also it could be interference from corporate or personal "Web Security" software which actually downgrades connection security.
You must upgrade your browser or otherwise fix this issue to access our sites. This message will remain until Aug 1, 2018. After that date, your browser will not be able to establish a connection to our servers at all.