paulkoning at comcast.net
Sun Nov 22 15:52:25 CST 2015
> On Nov 22, 2015, at 3:30 PM, Jerry Kemp <other at oryx.us> wrote:
> A question for the OP.
> I know that since all the Snowden stuff that took place back a bit, many sites have moved from http to https.
> Is your ISP able to inject content into "secure" https connections? Or only http transactions, going across the wire in plain text?
https is supposed to prevent "man in the middle" attacks, provided you enforce certificate validity.
Another option if you have people messing with your web access is Tor.
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