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Dec
13
accepted Why does my Macbook lock up while my external hard drive spins up?
Dec
13
answered Why does my Macbook lock up while my external hard drive spins up?
Oct
14
comment Does my ISP know what sites I am visiting?
I was answering the question first and then correcting some of the mis-information others answers were putting forward in order to provide a more accurate picture. I don't believe it is common. The fact is that this has actually happened - a gmail certificate was issued and at around the same time an internet backbone routing attack occurred driving gmail traffic through very abnormal routes - perhaps a coincidence. Here's an article on the gmail cert in case you missed it. pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2392063,00.asp
Oct
14
revised Does my ISP know what sites I am visiting?
Adding rebukes to help unformed voters and commenters understand the facts.
Oct
13
answered Does my ISP know what sites I am visiting?
Oct
9
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
26
answered When using VirtualBox, is the host OS 100% protected from security issues in the guest OS?
Sep
25
comment Delete certificate for specific website
I don't have this issue with Chrome and github. Some of the suggestions below are off base. Copy and past the URL from the Chrome address bar here so we can see (actually from the address bar in Chrome or it's a waste of time). Also if you know how please provide the IP address your computer things it maps to (ie ping (or dig or nslookup) github.com and show the IP displayed.
Aug
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awarded  Notable Question
Jun
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comment Why must all the data in a storage device be lost when its file system is changed?
I never have. I rarely change file systems on a device that is in use; if I had to then I would back-up the volume, change the file-system, and restore the volume.
Jun
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answered Why must all the data in a storage device be lost when its file system is changed?
Apr
21
awarded  Caucus
Apr
9
answered Why is it bad for me if my computer is infected, if I don't notice?
Apr
4
awarded  Custodian
Apr
4
reviewed No Action Needed RSS Repeater - How to repeat RSS feed posts to services like Facebook?
Apr
4
reviewed No Action Needed Preview a Microsoft PowerPoint slide from a certain frame in the “Animation Pane” in order to view, for example, only the last few seconds of a slide?
Apr
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reviewed No Action Needed Can we add rpm and deb packages in a single linux distro?
Apr
4
reviewed No Action Needed Postfix with two vhosts
Apr
4
reviewed No Action Needed Synergy on Mavericks (OSX 10.9) and enable assistive devices
Apr
1
comment Verifying Certificate using Mac Terminal
verify-cert is used to verify a cert not display details. I think this answers your question "I'm trying to know how to verify a certificate using this command". If you mark this question as answered and ask another I will be happy to answer that one too the same way (reading the documentation for the OSC security command...). Cheers.