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just want to ask whether company IT can monitor the websites that I open using the company-issued laptop but on my personal wifi network? The answer to that question is yes. What we can't answer definitively is if they are monitoring. However, you piqued my interest when you mentioned the Websense client. The websense client has the ability to ...


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Can they? Yes. Are they? Not clear. Of the two, I'd be looking at the Websense agent; it's most likely to be doing proxying/logging/DLP. As a general rule of thumb, if a device is managed by someone other than you, you should assume that they can see everything that happens on it, and adapt your usage accordingly. Don't assume you have privacy on that ...


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It is possible that they can monitor your activities. No matter if you are at home or at a coffee shop, all that depends if they really do it and how. However you can check for additionally installed softwares, you can monitor your traffic with WireShark to check if anything is sending somewhere, you can monitor your processes. If you want privacy while ...


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Email and SMS are plain text solution. You can put a public key on the server and have it encrypt any alerts sent over any medium so they are unreadable and can only be decrypted by the authorized recipients. The encryption piece would give you confidentiality. This would also provide some degree of integrity because a fake alert could only be inserted if ...


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Nagios has a feature that detects what is called "flapping" which you could implement yourself. Basically it will start sending you text messages, but will stop if it passes a certain tresshold within a given timeframe for a similar type of warning message. It's up to you to decide the thressholds and the intervals and the classification of the events. ...



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