HTTPS Is A Privacy Nightmare

HTTPS Is A Privacy Nightmare

After reading NSA files, I wouldn’t be surprised if NSA already hacked some of the big CAs. I don’t see what stops governments from issuing a subpoena for the CAs in their countries to sign a certificate so they could sniff the communication of whoever they want.

GitHub - SadeghHayeri/GreenTunnel: GreenTunnel is an anti-censorship utility designed to bypass the DPI system that is put in place by various ISPs to block access to certain websites.

GitHub - SadeghHayeri/GreenTunnel: GreenTunnel is an anti-censorship utility designed to bypass the DPI system that is put in place by various ISPs to block access to certain websites.

GreenTunnel bypasses DPI (Deep Packet Inspection) systems found in many ISPs (Internet Service Providers) which block access to certain websites.For example, if the administrator chooses to block the hostname youtube using this feature, all Website access attempts over HTTPS that contain youtube like in the SNI would be blocked.

Let's Encrypt Has Issued a Billion Certificates

Let's Encrypt Has Issued a Billion Certificates

Today 81% of page loads use HTTPS globally, and we’re at 91% in the United States!Today we serve nearly 192M websites with 13 full time staff and an annual budget of approximately $3.35M.

Firefox enables DNS-over-HTTPS by default (with Cloudflare) for all U.S. users

Firefox enables DNS-over-HTTPS by default (with Cloudflare) for all U.S. users

However, the way Mozilla implemented DNS-over-HTTPS in the Firefox web browser also received criticism over in past few months over favoring Cloudflare and instead of trying to upgrade to an encrypted DoH server operated by the user's existing DNS provider.

Firefox turns controversial new encryption on by default in the US

Firefox turns controversial new encryption on by default in the US

Starting today, Mozilla will turn on by default DNS over HTTPS (DoH) for Firefox users in the US, the company has announced.When it announced that it would be turning on DoH by default last year, Mozilla said that it would allow for opt-in parental controls and disable DoH if Firefox detects them.

Protect Your Browsing With DNS Over TLS

Protect Your Browsing With DNS Over TLS

What Can You Do. Support for DNS over TLS isn’t as mature as HTTPS yet, but it’s still easy enough to get set up and use.Your Windows PC is now configured to use Stubby to send your DNS over TLS.

Google really is listening and recording on apps

Google really is listening and recording on apps

When you set up your Google account, it asks you to "opt in" to let Google track your video and audio recordings.Google, we discovered, can record, store and archive your queries when using the apps or even https://t.co/lhIuCc5DLl and voice search.

Certbot Leaves Beta with the Release of 1.0

Certbot Leaves Beta with the Release of 1.0

Earlier this week EFF released Certbot 1.0, the latest version of our free, open source tool that helps websites encrypt their traffic.The release of 1.0 officially marks the end of Certbot's beta phase, during which it has helped over 2 million users maintain HTTPS access to over 20 million websites.

Windows will improve user privacy with DNS over HTTPS

Windows will improve user privacy with DNS over HTTPS

There are now several public DNS servers that support DoH, and if a Windows user or device admin configures one of them today, Windows will just use classic DNS (without encryption) to that server.

Configuring DNS-Over-HTTPS on Pi-hole

Configuring DNS-Over-HTTPS on Pi-hole

This means that the connection from the device to the DNS server is secure and can not easily be snooped, monitored, tampered with or blocked.In the following sections we will be covering how to install and configure this tool on.

SCHILLING: If You Value Freedom On The Internet, Stop Using Google Chrome

SCHILLING: If You Value Freedom On The Internet, Stop Using Google Chrome

Here’s the background: Google has announced that they will soon start changing the way users are connected to websites through its Chrome browser, using a new protocol called DNS over HTTPS (DoH).

P410n3 - blog: Slipping past China’s Firewall in a Trojan Horse

P410n3 - blog: Slipping past China’s Firewall in a Trojan Horse

If a normal user connects to a Trojan Server on the HTTPS port 443, he will be served a legitimate website or service.It’s worth noting that you can redirect such requests to ANY service on your server that you want to.

Why Every Privacy Activist Should Embrace* DNS-over-HTTPS

Why Every Privacy Activist Should Embrace* DNS-over-HTTPS

But I can’t get on board with my peers who believe that it’s a good idea to throw vitriol at DoH just because it might complicate “legacy” crap like the above, or that disintermediating DNS is somehow bad for security controls.

Why big ISPs aren’t happy about Google’s plans for encrypted DNS

Why big ISPs aren’t happy about Google’s plans for encrypted DNS

Google and Mozilla are trying to address these concerns by adding support in their browsers for sending DNS queries over the encrypted HTTPS protocol.Despite insinuations from telecom companies, Google says, the company has no plans to switch Chrome users to its own DNS servers.

Encrypted DNS could help close the biggest privacy gap on the Internet. Why are some groups fighting against it?

Encrypted DNS could help close the biggest privacy gap on the Internet. Why are some groups fighting against it?

Alongside technologies like TLS 1.3 and encrypted SNI, DoH has the potential to provide tremendous privacy protections.But to avoid having this technology deployment produce such a powerful centralizing effect, EFF is calling for widespread deployment of DNS over HTTPS support by Internet service providers themselves.

Mozilla plans to roll out DNS over HTTPS to US users in late September 2019

Mozilla plans to roll out DNS over HTTPS to US users in late September 2019

Starting in late September 2019, DNS over HTTPS (DoH) is going to be rolled out to Firefox users in the United States.Starting in late September 2019, DNS over HTTPS (DoH) is going to be rolled out to Firefox users in the United States.

The Evolution of the Internet, Identity, Privacy and Tracking – How Cookies and Tracking Exploded, and Why We Need New Standards for Consumer Privacy

The Evolution of the Internet, Identity, Privacy and Tracking – How Cookies and Tracking Exploded, and Why We Need New Standards for Consumer Privacy

For years now, hardly a month goes by that we don’t hear negative sentiment regarding HTTP cookies, though they remain the only technical mechanism available within standard internet protocols to support the personalized web experience we expect as consumers, including our privacy preferences.

Kazakhstan begins intercepting citizens’ web traffic to ‘protect them from cyber threats’

Kazakhstan begins intercepting citizens’ web traffic to ‘protect them from cyber threats’

The Kazakhstan government has started to intercept all HTTPS traffic from all devices within its borders effective July 17, reports ZDNet. Local internet service providers (ISPs) have been instructed by the government to force their citizens to install a state-authorized certificate on all devices, and all browsers.

How to enable DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) in Firefox

How to enable DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) in Firefox

This mode of operation bypasses the default DNS settings that exist at the OS level, which, in most cases are the ones set by local internet service providers (ISPs).This also means that apps that support DoH can effectively bypass local ISPs traffic filters and access content that may be blocked by a local telco or local government -- and a reason why DoH is currently hailed as a boon for users' privacy and security.

DoH! Secure DNS doesn't make us a villain Mozilla tells UK ISP's

DoH! Secure DNS doesn't make us a villain Mozilla tells UK ISP's

The UK ISPA earlier this week proposed Mozilla, self-styled defender of internet freedom, as a black hat for its "proposed approach to introduce DNS-over-HTTPS in such a way as to bypass UK filtering obligations and parental controls, undermining internet safety standards in the UK.".

Google Announces DNS over HTTPS ‘General Availability’

Google Announces DNS over HTTPS ‘General Availability’

The move is an effort by Google to boost consumer privacy, reduce the threat of man-in-the-middle attacks, and speed up the internet with a new solution for securing domain name server traffic that uses the encrypted HTTPS channel.

Mozilla-central: changeset 480087:caacd1cb3ec10b6d39a4fbdc5eb09a7a703d87c3

Mozilla-central: changeset 480087:caacd1cb3ec10b6d39a4fbdc5eb09a7a703d87c3

QueryInterface(Ci.nsIHttpChannel); + equal(httpChannel.getRequestHeader("Cookie"), "type=chocolate-chip", "The header should be sent"); + .removeObserver(cookieExpectedObserver, "http-on-modify-request"); + cookieExpectedDeferred.resolve(); + } + .addObserver(cookieExpectedObserver, "http-on-modify-request"); + await fetch(serverUrl); + await cookieExpectedDeferred.promise; + + // A request through the NormandyApi method should not send that cookie + const cookieNotExpectedDeferred = PromiseUtils.defer(); + function cookieNotExpectedObserver(aSubject, aTopic, aData) { + equal(aTopic, "http-on-modify-request", "Only the expected topic should be observed"); + let httpChannel = aSubject.

Ergebnisse für https://monitor.firefox.com/

Ergebnisse für https://monitor.firefox.com/

Gesetzte Content Security Policy im HTTP Header: base-uri 'none'; connect-src 'self' ; font-src 'self' ; frame-ancestors 'none'; media-src 'self'; img-src 'self' ; object-src 'none'; script-src 'self' ; style-src 'self' ; report-uri /__cspreport__. Zeigen Anleitung Empfohlen wird eine Content Security Policy mit einem.

Disclosing Tor users' real IP address through 301 HTTP Redirect Cache Poisoning

Disclosing Tor users' real IP address through 301 HTTP Redirect Cache Poisoning

The fact that it is possible to achieve certain persistency in browsers cache, by injecting poisoned entries, can be abused by an attacker to disclose real IP address of the Tor users that send non-TLS HTTP traffic through malicious exit nodes.

GitHub - realtho/PartyLoud: A simple tool to do several HTTP / HTTPS requests and simulate navigation

GitHub - realtho/PartyLoud: A simple tool to do several HTTP / HTTPS requests and simulate navigation

Internal Engine is now complete and operative cURL is now used to generate pseudo-random requests HTML response is now parsed using grep Bad URLs are now filtered using a wordlist mechanism (wordlist is located in a file named badwords) ✅ Changed. and python are now no more required to run the script disabled user-defined number of processes [0.0.2] - 2019-03-18.

Two in Three Hotel Websites Leak Guest Booking Details and Allow Access to Personal Data

Two in Three Hotel Websites Leak Guest Booking Details and Allow Access to Personal Data

Since the email requires a static link, HTTP POST web requests are not really an option, meaning the booking reference code and the email are passed as arguments in the URL itself.

DNS-over-HTTPS Policy Requirements for Resolvers

DNS-over-HTTPS Policy Requirements for Resolvers

Those resolvers will be required to conform to a specific set of policies that put privacy first. In publishing this policy, our goal is to encourage adherence to practices for DNS that respect modern standards for privacy and security.

HTTPS Isn't Always As Secure As It Seems

HTTPS Isn't Always As Secure As It Seems

Vulnerabilities that are full-on "leaky" involve more deeply flawed encryption channels between browsers and web servers that would enable an attacker to decrypt all the traffic passing through them.

School of Privacy - schoolofprivacy/TUMBLR enabled SSL support for blogs!

School of Privacy - schoolofprivacy/TUMBLR enabled SSL support for blogs!

So we have been using tumblr for a long time and a few years back we started requesting support for SSL and they finally made a option feature in your themes settings if you go to edit appearance you can select enable HTTPS which will add full SSL support for your tumblr blog/site.

Web 3.0: The decentralised web promises to make the internet free again

Web 3.0: The decentralised web promises to make the internet free again

But it could also be a decentralised web that challenges the dominance of the tech giants by moving us away from relying so heavily on a few companies, technologies and a relatively small amount of internet infrastructure Peer-to-peer technology When we currently access the web, our computers use the HTTP protocol in the form of web addresses to find information stored at a fixed location, usually on a single server.

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