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Software engineer at a CAE firm. Also studying mechanical engineering.


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comment Can I prevent my neighbors, whom I pay for shared internet (wifi), from seeing the sites I've visited?
Note that some VPNs will still reveal which domains you visit. PrivateInternetAccess.com has a setting for "DNS Leak Protection‌​", which is defaulted to OFF on Windows. Even with a VPN, the practice of sharing WiFi is still risky since you're not behind a firewall (wrt your neighbors).
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accepted For a desktop application, why use an SSL certificate from a trusted authority?
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comment For a desktop application, why use an SSL certificate from a trusted authority?
Those are good points I hadn't thought of. I'm going to leave this open for a bit to see if anyone else has any ideas.
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reviewed Excellent How much should I care about the iOS/Android version when pentesting mobile app?
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asked For a desktop application, why use an SSL certificate from a trusted authority?