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Technically, if ZenMate is considered safe to use, then cannot see the communication. Etisalat, like any other ISP, will see that you made a VPN connection to a particular service. If ZenMate has no privacy issues (leaking of meta data, DNS queries, you installed backdoored version, ...), then an ISP will not know what data you're sending and receiving ...


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In answer to your second question, for logjam to work, both the client AND the server have to support the old "export 512 bit DH connections". This is fixed by simply re-configuring the webserver to exclude these legacy cipher suites. No patching is required to fix the server in this case, as these cipher suites are long dead as far as being used. ...


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The website is using Sha1 certificates to provide security so the new chrome browser is showing it as week algorithm because most of the organizations already migrated to SHA2 certificates. it's just a warning it does not mean that its a non-secured connection.


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The certificate has since been fixed by live.com. Previously, the error was only shown after login. As the certificate was not expired, I suspect the transition from http to https didn't meet the standards of HSTS. In any case, I have determined the issue to be consistent across popular browsers and OS, even email accounts. Seems like it's a server side ...


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Assuming the cert chain is actually valid, it looks like its for bing.com instead of the *.mail.live.com domains. I'd be surprised if anything malicious is going on, but more likely a bad DNS entry, poorly configured certs by Microsoft, or potentially just one part of the browser not realizing another part of the browser is redirecting to the configured ...


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Can I trust a chrome extension to not secretly do malicious activities in the background? If so, why should I be able to trust these extensions? Is the Chrome store curated by Google? You cannot fully trust the chrome store. For examples of malicious behavior see Uncovering Malicious Browser Extensions in Chrome Web Store from 09/2014, Adware vendors ...



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