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On-site web access certificate

Due to the need for additional web filtering security, all web traffic on-site at GEMS is filtered through a Barracuda Networks Web Filter 410 which is capable of SSL-inspection, examining even encrypted search traffic that passes through the device.

In order to utilize the Internet at GEMS and perform any search engine queries, guests will need to install a certificate to their device's trusted certificate store. On Windows this is referred to as the Trusted Root Authority while on Mac it is referred to as the System Keychain. You can download a copy of the certificate to your device from the link below.

GEMS is not responsible for any malfunctions that may result from modifying your device's trusted certificate store.

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