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A fully transparent proxy is a proxy where the alpha channel is set to 255 to enable the transparency property. (For visual studio - Color.FromArg(255, x, y, z) A proxy is a big man term for VPN (virtual page number/network). Now, if you got a big brain, you can join the two different concepts I just explained, and you should be able understand what a fully ...


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This is not the "slam dunk" answer you're hoping for. Someone else might come along later and provide a better answer, but I figured I still had some helpful things to add. The reality is that the intended way to completely wipe a router is by using the factory reset. Your question basically boils down to, "Yes, but does the factory reset actually wipe ...


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Do normal people actually set up complex local networks in their homes where they have some kind of "trust anyone with an internal IP address" security scheme going on? They do. Many have a PC or notebook, mobile phone, a printer, smart speaker (Alexa etc), SmartTV, IP camera for surveillance, smart home devices ... and these are typically all connected to ...


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is it really possible to sniff all packets from all devices connected to a router using a sniffing software like Wireshark? The answer is yes. But the scenario must meet certain requisites (that you can someway force). Wireshark will display any packet of any protocol as long as it can “see” them and while they are in the same environment (with some ...


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In general that type of detection are carried out by using DPI techniques that identify types of traffic and the classify them. So if you have some traffic on port X that is detected by a signature Y that identifies WeChat, then you can claim that the origin of the communication is using WeChat. DNSs, HTTP hosts fields and many other values are used for this ...


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You've asked very different questions and equated them, but I'll assume you mean "what apps are active on the network". Yes, almost any router, even home routers, can do this. Most modern apps connect to the main service, so you can know what apps are active (installed, talking) by watching for connections to those services on the Internet. By looking at ...


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Yes, “enterprise-class” routers can collect traffic information in multiple ways: An access-list could be applied to log all (or selected) traffic. (this could adversely impact the router’s performance depending on the amount of traffic being logged) The router could export “netflow” data to a netflow analyzer, which can generate reports on traffic. In ...


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Recommend running Tron and going from there. Tron is a script that fights for the user. It's a multi-stage bootable system cleaner. I find running it on clean Windows installs yields great performance afterwards, and works wonders for badly infected systems. It runs most of the tools mentioned in this page, plus a few others. You will also want to use ...


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Relevant talk: https://media.ccc.de/v/36c3-10737-sim_card_technology_from_a-z Our phones blindly connect to them every day. Wrong, towers need to authenticate; if you're not using obsolete 2G ciphers, that auth can and will be relatively secure. In fact, attackers can set up rogue towers that trick phones into connecting to them instead in order to ...


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