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You cannot hide how much data you are sending and when you are online. But, Tor encrypts data and sends it through proxies before it reaches the target server, so that hides the contents of the communication and to which website or server you are talking. You can also try to hide that you are using Tor, but this is difficult and a determined ISP will be able ...


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When you say "disabled" I will assume you mean "disconnected" from the VPN. I will also assume this is a company asset and not a personal asset. You can't be completely sure based on the information you gave, but I would say generally no based on the research I've done and based on my manual poking around our Palo Alto admin console (and local log ...


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Like many questions along these lines of "what should I do if", the answer is inevitably "it depends." Firstly, it's up to you to determine the sensitivity of the information you accidentally shared. If it's something like your Neopets password, that you no longer care about, then maybe it's fine and you take your time changing your password. If it's ...


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There will always be a way to spoof the data even if you could use imei.. it can be spoofed... I usually use a unique ID, UsrName, MAC, IP, operating system, screen size and a long 'transaction token' (this token changes over time, in each login and when other values change it gets reset every login also) this is used to verify the users identity and as an ...


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