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comment Add certificate authority to one browser only
I've now found this answer on this site saying that Firefox does indeed have a separate list. That implies that it would be fine if installing on Firefox. (As mentioned in an answer here.) I would, still, prefer a confirmation that FF won't add it to the computer's list, if such a source exists.
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comment Add certificate authority to one browser only
Thanks. Any source for that?
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comment Add certificate authority to one browser only
@munkeyoto Thanks. But what's mentioned there seems to be exactly what I'm trying to avoid. - from that page: Install Your Client Root Certificate Authority on the ... Machines
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asked Add certificate authority to one browser only
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asked How common are mitm attacks behind an ISP?
Jun
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accepted When downloading from an https web page - will the download also use ssl?
Jun
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comment When downloading from an https web page - will the download also use ssl?
If it's a trial software then forget it, who cares. - What do you mean? What if someone replaces it with a virus infected version in transit?
Jun
18
comment When downloading from an https web page - will the download also use ssl?
Thanks again. To anyone looking here - In Firefox - I found that in the download manager - right click on the download manager, and "copy download link".
Jun
18
comment When downloading from an https web page - will the download also use ssl?
+1. Thank you very much. So from your answer I understand that if there's a hash known, or if the file is signed - we have a solution. If not - we're out of luck. Correct?
Jun
18
asked When downloading from an https web page - will the download also use ssl?
Jun
17
comment How does Network Discovery OFF protect my computer?
You're right. That's actually what I was trying to ask. Edited now. In fact - I was trying to find out what exactly does this setting do under the hood but have come up empty handed so far.
Jun
17
revised How does Network Discovery OFF protect my computer?
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Jun
17
asked How does Network Discovery OFF protect my computer?
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Jan
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comment “Safe” public WiFi
OK. I see you edited your comment. You can ignore my comment about redundancy.
Jan
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comment “Safe” public WiFi
By the way - an OP is not notified of comments to answers. So I get notified only if you add the "@ispiro".
Jan
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comment “Safe” public WiFi
@TildalWave Yes, I know. I meant: Doesn't making a network public simply turn off those sharing options? (- making it redundant in my case because they're all off anyway)
Jan
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comment “Safe” public WiFi
I have all options in Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network and Sharing Center\Advanced sharing settings off. Do I really still need to make it a public network? (I actually have all my networks public anyway. Just to be on the safe side. But still wondering.)
Jan
9
comment “Safe” public WiFi
As far as I know - a VPN will have absolutely no security against the threats I am asking about.
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comment “Safe” public WiFi
@Owen :) . If you're serious - of course I upvoted.