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One example is Apple iOS with iCloud Lock. You have to setup your iPhone with iCloud and FindMyiPhone ahead of time but if it is lost and beyond recovery you are able to lock and erase the device. Afterwards it will prompt the thief for your iCloud Credentials (it will not show the full email address making the attack harder). The iPhone will stay bricked ...


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Your HTTP requests are proxied, hence the ipof.in service sees different IP addresses. I believe this answer explains it well, but another possibility (regardless of cellular/WiFi connection) is that your browser uses a Data Saver (Chrome*) or Turbo Mode (Opera) option. Both intended to compress the data for mobile devices. * Chrome feature seems not ...


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I am just going to take a guess here. Your telephone data carrier may have an optimizing or caching proxy for content whose IP address appears in your JSON result. As the proxy has no visibility into encrypted HTTPS packets, it cannot proxy the content, so it may be routing directly with your public (routable) IP address. If this is the case, your phone ...


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Yes, it is very possible. Your company has multiple ways of monitoring employee activity and traffic that is passing through their network. Depending on the type of company you work for, if they are constantly monitored and audited, etc will have an impact on the likelihood. Of course, this will greatly vary in every company, and it's best to keep browsing ...


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If the data on your phone was not encrypted and protected by a strong passcode/passphrase, whoever has it now will be able to access your information as long as the phone does not connect to the Internet. It is good that you have requested a factory reset in case the phone does connect, but that cannot be guaranteed. Putting your phone's IMEI (...


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No. If they have the device, and there is no encryption enabled (e.g. lock screen PIN), they can read whatever they like from it. They won't be able to use it as a phone (they could use it as a fancy iPod if they wanted) in countries which support phone blacklists, or to access Apple services, but any data stored on the device itself could be accessed. This ...



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