In a scenario where a client is reading data from a server over SSL/TLS and then encrypts that data using a client-side symmetric key before saving it to the disk, how susceptible is the data to an ...
Is it possible for a third party to sniff data off the line to an ISP and determine what the user is doing?
Can somebody hack the line between my router and service provider and monitor what I'm doing online and what sites I'm visiting?
http://www.channel4.com/news/black-boxes-to-monitor-all-internet-and-phone-data http://rt.com/news/uk-privacy-internet-freedom-186/ 'Black boxes' will be installed by internet services providers ...
I am looking for a protocol where there needs to be mutual authentication between client and server. For example server should connect to a particular client only. That is client should authenticate ...
Suppose I type this in my browser https://www.mysite.com/getsecret?username=alice&password=mysecret and an attacker is watching all traffic from me to my ISP. What information is protected by ...
I believe that eavesdropping in a man in middle attack and the message is passing from the client to server the man sitting at ISP or network hackers can look at what message I am sending. Heard that ...
How does a user know if it's safe to click through scary browser warnings about SSL certificates? Ideally, a user should never need to click through these warning messages, but sometimes honest ...