I sometimes connect my personal devices through the corporate wifi. But besides that, there's not any corporate software on my system that a proxy could use, and Firefox's certificate store is the original one that came with it and receives updates directly from Mozilla.
Does this mean I can trust HTTPS traffic while connecting to the corporate wifi? I don't see any weird mitm certs when I view the details of a connection through Firefox.
Is the original server's private key absolutely needed to fake the cert properties window? Or could the proxy simulate a pristine connection?
I assume it can't, given that this involves robbing the private key somehow by a malicious party, or having a powerful enough quantum computer, heheh.