Firewall and proxy configuration

If you're trying to use Krisp on a corporate network, which is behind a proxy, you may need to add some additional configurations for Krisp to work. If you're using Krisp Windows version, it will detect system proxy settings automatically and will try to connect to internet using those configs. However, if you are using Krisp Mac, or if your proxy is configured as block all/allow list, then you would need to whitelist the servers that Krisp connects to.

Krisp Backend: https://{subdomain}{endpoint}
Problem reporting: https://{subdomain}{endpoint}
Crash reporting: https://{subdomain}{endpoint}

Krisp is using standard port 443 for https connections.
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