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bio website martin-thoma.de
location Karlsruhe, Germany
age 23
visits member for 2 years, 9 months
seen Apr 10 at 10:23

I have also a blog.


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comment Would this idea for a password be secure?
Your secure base reminds me of this: xkcd.com/936
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comment Which information does a standard router see?
Ok, but as I have the possibility to use a VPN, I guess this might be easier (Or does "SSL tunnel" include VPN?). Thank you for answering!
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comment Which information does a standard router see?
@RoryAlsops: Websites are not really a problem and download volume also isn't. I guess he might be astonished of the number of websites I visit (damn StumbleUpon) and hopefully the volume I download in total would be ok for him (Telekom has introduced a data limit ... but currently, we are not limited). The real problem I though of are some Websites that don't offer https and need login / apps of which I don't know if the connection is encrypted (Is there a way to find this out without using Wireshark?). The two other questions came to my mind when I wrote the question.
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comment Which information does a standard router see?
I am aware of the fact that technically, he could do everything I mentioned above. When I say "without modification" I mean that he does use the router and does only install firmware form the manufacturer. So I trust him in the sense that I don't think he will spy me on purpose. But if there was a simple setting like "record my connection data", he could probably switch it on just because he is interested. So it is basically your "unskilled scenario". Thanks!
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comment Which information does a standard router see?
I would prefer using my own router, but sadly this is not possible. I'm a student and I neither have a telephone socket nor a tv-antenna jack. And using mobile internet is too expensive.
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revised Do I have to make any more check if I use prepared statements for integers?
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PDO and integers
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comment Do I have to make any more check if I use prepared statements for integers?
@Kryzysztof Kotowicz: I got this one as I took a look at the MySQL-log: (added it to my post to make it clearer)