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Is sending syslog events over udp secure?

I'm considering using a service from papertrailapp.com (other similar services are loggly and splunk), where you configure your syslog to echo events to it over udp. It involves adding this entry to ...
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105 views

Tracking information on HTTPS connection

My organization uses cyberoam firewall. They are monitoring all activities including my search text in Google, Wikipedia etc. So recently i changed to HTTPS versions and now using HTTPS connections of ...
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1answer
243 views

SSH tunneling commands for better security and privacy

i have a centos 6 VPS. I use ssh -p 443 -D 8080 -f -C -N root@ip on mac terminal for SSH tunneling but with wireshark when i sniff my traffic i can see DNS requests are not encrypted ! (i use ...
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99 views

When connected to a secure WiFi network, is your traffic safe from others on the same network?

If two users are on the same secure WiFi network, is there a way to sniff the traffic like you might on an unsecure network?
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On an unencrypted public wi-fi hotspot, what exactly is a packet sniffer doing to get another computer's packet?

I get mixed results when reading information security articles, some of them stating that in order to do something similar you need to also setup some sort of honeypot with a running access point and ...
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1answer
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Suspicious redirection to russian pages. Is government spying us?

Recently when I browse some multi-language websites the default language for them is Russian. An example is www.amd.com which redirects me to the russian page ...
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1answer
787 views

Is there a way to sniff packets encrypted with WPA(2)?

I was reading about the recent FireSheep tool. People are saying that it is fine to sniff WPA/2 PSK networks because if you have the PSK, you can decrypt anyone's traffic. I am wondering if there are ...
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What is the best program to know what applications are doing with online connections? [closed]

Does anyone know a small tool that you install which simply informs you of what information applications are sending with their online connections, e.g. so if you are installing photoshop elements ...
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How can I sniff packets from an unsecured wireless network?

I am interested in being able log packets going over a unsecured wireless network. Specifically, I want to see HTTP POST / GET requests and responses going between the router and computers on the ...