[CentOS] Another security question
cannewilson at googlemail.com
Wed Dec 24 16:21:25 UTC 2008
On Wednesday 24 December 2008 14:54:00 Tim Nelson wrote:
> Typically SSL secured sites will at least keep your login credentials safe.
> However, someone can still see where you're going by sniffing your traffic.
That's not too much of a concern, if they can't read the actual packets.
> If you're very concerned, setup an OpenVPN tunnel that routes all of your
> traffic through it. Then, the only thing they'll see from the start is an
> SSL connection to somewhere, and that's it.
That's probably the next step, then, but it sounds as though I needn't worry
too much. Thanks for answering
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