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How can I prove he hacked my account and removed the text string. You cannot. A forensic computer analyst could, but they tend to either work for law enforcement or have fees that only big corporations can afford to pay. You could go to the police and have them start an investigation, but where I live it would not go far, because "a text vanished from my ...


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Google app passwords sidestep two-factor authentication. To mitigate the risks of doing this, Google app passwords have two key benefits (for both the user, and for the Google ecosystem as a whole): Google app passwords are hard to guess (unrelated to anything about the user) because they are randomly generated, and long. This makes it less likely for an ...


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It depends. By default, you connect to Google with https, meaning that in most cases your ISP only sees that you are accessing Google. They don't see what you're searching for (but Google does, of course). There are exceptions here, including DoH which can potentially hide the name of the website you're visiting from your ISP. On the other hand, some parts ...


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No, that's a parameter that will be sent to Google after the HTTPS encrypted connection is established. The ISPs can only see the root URL you are going to "www.google.com". The encryption between your browser and Google is the first thing established. After that, your ISP sees only encrypted data.


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The short answer is "not much" but read the reference posted by Vipul. The json you have is the authentication credential that you create when you set up the oAuth consent page for your project. Your application will use this to identify itself to Google and then your users will authorise that your application can access their data. Theoretically if your ...


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You can use Process Monitor. This was developed by Mark Russinovich and was then bought out by Microsoft who gave Russinovich a job. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/procmon Process Monitor is an advanced monitoring tool for Windows that shows real-time file system, Registry and process/thread activity It can be a chatty old ...


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