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How does add-on for the Firefox with a custom proxy server prevents info from Google?

I would like to know how does add-on for the Firefox web browser with a custom proxy server prevent Google from collecting information about your browsing? Does it prevent also from your internet ...
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Why do people post questions on here they can easily google an answer for? [migrated]

I'm honestly being serious. It's just not on this forum either. Why do people put in the time and effort to post a question they can simply google the answer for? Posting their question on a forum ...
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What are the security risks of using add-ons in Google Docs / Spreadsheets?

I am looking into using some add-on that automated a mail merge from Google Spreadsheet data, via Google Doc templates, to PDFs that get emailed out. Several add-ons that I looked into (such as ...
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How can the ISP block Sarawak Report even if I am entering Sarawak Report from google search?

Sarawak report is blocked in Malaysia. I think that by doing a Google search on relevant keywords, and then click on the relevant link, I can access the website, because from what I know, the ...
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How to know and disallow corporative Google Apps users to access third party apps with their corporative Google Apps accounts?

How can a security administrator of Google Apps for an organization that has linked @organization.com accounts to Google Apps to know and disallow that users use their users@organization.com accounts ...
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Could Google read Map Api InfoWindow html content?

I used google map api. I read some high protected data on the my HTML page. And write them into InfoWindow on google maps using javascript. Could google read infowindow html content? There are no ...
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Wordpress.org pages refresh when logging out of Gmail

I've noticed that when I change my Gmail account by logging out of one account and then logging into another, all open Wordpress.org pages refresh. Additionally, when I recently changed a password on ...
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All subdomains blocked by Google SafeBrowsing

GoogleSafebrowsing seems to have blacklisted one of my domain names, along with all its subdomains. It is visible on this google search page. I'm a seasoned linux system administrator, I've checked ...
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Is Google identity sign in product HIPAA compliant?

I want to use this product to save me a month of coding. Looking for a product that Password expiration forgot password system lock after x times of wrong password Valid passwords rules (min 8 ...
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OAuth2 client account & data storage [duplicate]

Context I have a REST API where a user can create an account from a web client. The password is saved as a salted hash in a database. When a user is authenticated they can save and retrieve private ...
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Are malicious drive-by-downloads detectable based on file type/mime type?

Drive-by-downloads are automatic downloads without user interaction. We provide a free service for uploading large files and notifying users by email (this one, something like ge.tt or WeTransfer). ...
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Unable to access “encrypted.google.com” with “proxy.googlezip.net”

I use Google data compression proxy with Firefox (Abrowser 38). Most websites are loaded without any problem but unable to access encrypted.google.com So, is this is normal? i.e I've to use system ...
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Google images redirects to some page with random images [closed]

My customer have some photos on images.google.com that when clicked redirects to some pages and then stops on http://imageol.com/"something" with one random image. First I thought that it was a ...
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Can a domain administrator read my search queries? [closed]

Google's privacy policy states that they log your search queries. They also state that domain administrators have access to your Google Account information (e-mail and "other data") as well as ...
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How does Google Analytics prevent fake data attacks against an entity's traffic?

In order to register a "hit" on Google Analytics, the list of things required are: Unique API key(s) for Google AnalyticsPublic: can be gotten from the embedded JavaScript files on the pages for ...
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Connection to Google websites is not secure

When I open Gmail or Google search and leave it opened for a while, I notice this yellow warning triangle, as in these photos: However, when I refresh the page it returns to the usual green lock ...
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Is it secure to make a publicly available Web App that has URL's generated from a hash?

If you know of a better title, please feel free to edit the title. I'm making a simple google Web App so colleagues at my workplace can view details about a QA that they received. The issue is only ...
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Why only Google warn us about attackers?

There are so many search engines like ask.com, yahoo.com and many more, but only Google warn us about attackers. Why so?
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Is it dangerous to use Google Apps from critical systems or networks?

I'm evaluating the access to Google Apps from a critical server. This is a conceptual nightmare but I should be scientific and explain and justify the real threats to the server if it access just ...
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HTML iframe security exploit

Can somebody explain if there's something malicious in this HTML, The width and height of the iframe ares set to 1 and it's out of the view with top: -100px; statement. I believe it takes some some ...
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Google crawling and SQL injection

recently my logs shows attack signatures from ...
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Google.com serving *.portal.azure.com SSL certificate?

Just ran across this in my own browser (Chrome, Mac OS) where going to google.com would serve a *.portal.azure.com certificate. It seemed to be signed all the way to the root too. This disappeared ...
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Including a OAuth client_secret file in a Java application

A client_secret.json file is used in the OAuth 2.0 authorization flow for the Google Drive API (example). If I include client_secret.json in my Java application, access the JAR contents is extremely ...
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How to check if your Android app was updated by MitM?

As I was browsing on my phone yesterday, a gray popup appeared on my screen just as I was swiping up, and I accidentally hit the accept button. In the fraction of a second it was on I was able to read ...
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How did someone log-in to my Gmail account from Kenya?

While on holiday in France in May I received an email from Google "New sign-in". Your Google Account was just used to sign in: Nairobi, Kenya. Tuesday, 26 May 2015 22:10 (East Africa Time). ...
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How exactly does Google Account decide my device or location is “familiar”?

In Chrome, I delete all cookies and site data. I close the browser and re-open it. I double check that All Cookies and Site Data is a blank list. I type https://mail.google.com/ into the address ...
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Why did Google sign every auxiliary app inside “Google Chrome.app” (OS X version) except for one?

$ codesign -dvv /Applications/Google\ Chrome.app/Contents/Versions\ /46.0.2490.80/Google\ Chrome\ Framework.framework/Resources/app_mode_loader.app/ /Applications/Google Chrome.app/Contents/Versions\ ...
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Is there a way to guarantee removal of data after closing Facebook / Gmail / Dropbox account? [closed]

Of course my default way of thinking is: deleted: true while keeping all the data in place. In fact I would be interested in knowing what standard operating procedures are in place for retention of ...
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Google account's password exposed after authorizing web apps to the account

Yesterday I registered accounts on some online storage websites. On that same day's afternoon, Google notified me about someone had has logged in using my Google account in US (clearly that's not ...
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Why is the 2nd step in two-step authentication not a single click? [closed]

The case I'm using Google 2-Step Verification. The question Why does Google use a code as second step? Why not just an android app where you can click "It's me"?
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Does Google use the ISP's IP addresses as a frontdoor for their services/servers?

I tried to do a search on this but I had no luck. not sure even what keywords to use. I searched mirror, cache but I haven't found this particular situation. I found that my ISP (UNE) located in ...
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Why is google's site identity icon a red lock?

Why does google.com have this icon (see picture) for me? What does it mean? Screenshot: Google.com. There are two lock icons. The top one is RED and the bottom one is green. Screenshot: Google.se. ...
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Google Analytics showing page views from pages I don't have on my server? [closed]

What does this mean? I don't have these pages/directories but GA is showing them as pages viewed. I tried to follow the link and I didn't make much sense out of it.
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Someone shared their google account with me, am I vulnerable?

Recently a friend gave me the credentials to his Google account (GMail and password), so I could check his email while he was on a trip (with no cell signal). He is a trusted friend and not ...
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Way to keep Google from knowing the SIM card I am using on Android

We see that the the details of the Telecom operator along with other details are available to Google for the SIM card that we are using on an Android Phone. Is there any way that can be applied or ...
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Should we store personally identifiable information on google drive?

For a number of reasons, including remote accessibility, my company would like to move all of our accounting records, account applications, and marketing materials to Google’s Apps for Work Drive. At ...
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Google Blacklist Workaround? [closed]

I have a WordPress site that google believes to contain malware and as such, they've blacklisted the IP. The malware has already been removed and I am taking steps to get google to remove the IP ...
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Why Can't Google Just Switch to Pushing Android Security Updates Directly to Users?

Okay, I'll just begin with the question and then elaborate a bit below. It is: Why has the world's dominant maker of non-Apple smartphone operating systems, Google, still not adopted a ...
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How do ad networks and analytics providers encrypt/hash their traffic?

I am trying to observe what types of information android apps are sending to ad networks that are integrated into apps. I used Fiddler to decrypt the https traffic. However, some ad networks seem to ...
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How are Google searches intercepted when they are supposed to be encrypted with https?

In various news sources I read often that Google search terms are mass intercepted and tracked. I wonder how is this even technically possible when communication between PC/phone to Google is ...
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What to do when Google disables SSLv3 and RC4?

I've read this article from Google's Online Security Blog, and it says that Google will disable support for SSLv3 and RC4. Here's the reason: SSLv3 has been obsolete for over 16 years and is so ...
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On two-step login forms, why is it the login name and not the password that's asked first?

There are several login forms (e.g. Google's) on the internet where you first enter your login name and then, once that's submitted, you get to enter your password. One of the advantages of this is, ...
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Google News, unencrypted by default- MITM vulnerability?

http://news.google.com Of course, if you are already logged into a Google account for that browser session, it is served encrypted. So when a user visits unencrypted Google News page, and taking ...
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Why does Google Safe Browsing keep detecting malware on my website?

We provide a freemium service to upload large files and download them later on. Using ClamAV, we scan every file for viruses after it is uploaded and before it can be downloaded. The file is deleted ...
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where did they get my Gmail address?

I pointed my browser at the website of a web developer I barely know, and the page returned was his home page, with the message "Welcome myname@gmail.com!" Whoa. Where did it get my Gmail address? ...
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Does the Java version matter when compiling an Android, Amazon, or Blackberry app? (for security reasons)

I need to compile an app that will run on an Android, or Android compatible system (Android, Amazon Fire, or Blackberry). The developer documentation says that JDK 7 is needed, however there are ...
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Online Marketing company want me to share my Google Account login details?

We are a small business and use "Google Apps for Work" and my google apps account was used to set up the business's "Google My Business" and related Google+ pages We have now engaged an online ...
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Is Google 2-factor “Remember this Computer” secure against adversaries with root access?

This question concerns the type of 2-factor authentication implemented by Google Accounts. The response to this question describes securing transfer of the secret key via a secure cookie. But what ...
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Is it safe to create a user account using the id_token provided by google's sign in?

I have a chrome extension which allows users to exclusively login with google and no other provider. In my (node + couchdb) backend I need to construct a user account from the auth Response provided ...
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google site tag resuts [closed]

If I go to http://sppp.rajasthan.gov.in/robots.txt I get: User-Agent: * Disallow: Allow: / That means that crawlers are allowed to fully access the website and index everything. If so then why ...