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goldie_2007

Browsing anonymously on work wifi?

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Would have thought this place would be blocked on a corporate web filter anyway. 

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In most workplaces, using a VPN or Tor would be grounds for disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal depending on the situation.

If you are bound by an acceptable usage policy, using either of the above would very likely place you in breach of it.

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Your work machine, most probably, is wide open to the sysadmins - VPN or not. As you seem to have decided, stick to using your own devices but using your own data connection if possible.

 

Then again, some companies are...well, ignorant. You may get away with anything.

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Would the company just see you’ve been visiting uk420 or be able to tell your username, posts etc...? :pitchfork:

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Never trust any public Wi-fi and always use VPN zunecene.com when you do anything related to drugs on internet.

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On 22/02/2018 at 6:29 PM, B0bbyBuds said:

Would the company just see you’ve been visiting uk420 or be able to tell your username, posts etc...? :pitchfork:

 

Now don't get paranoid...

 

If they wanted to they'd see everything, it's their network. It's just http, not a private means of communication at all. At work https probably should be viewed with suspicion too - proxies are often the end of the https chain (and therefore sniff-able), not the box you're sat at. They can put their own certificates into a browser and make it trust them and it wont give you the user any warning. They'll have remote management tools too, and can just watch you...

 

Of course, they might not, too. Varies. How many employees, what the business does, y'know. Logs and packet captures are only really needled over when there's a problem, and I doubt they sit there watching your desktop all the time.

 

Still, it's best remembered ,if they choose to, anything you write on their stuff is visible to them.

 

 

https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Communication_Networks/HTTP_Protocol

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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