>>50771501 Is this suddenly a problem? If you run a wireless hotspot you can mitm the certs and just present your own to the clients. This is what most companies do to monitor browsing. I believe only Google protects against that.
>>50771566 >Is this suddenly a problem? what? >If you run a wireless hotspot you can mitm the certs and just present your own to the clients. most companies just check against the domain query or hit. There's nothing you can do to obfuscate the destination of a packet unless you use tunneling like a VPN/proxy, but breaking the encryption of the message is exceedingly difficult.
>>50771575 for unencrypted traffic, sure. encrypted traffic would make it impossible for you to determine that an image is even being transmitted.
You could block all traffic on port 443, forcing some sites to fall back to HTTP on port 80 (although you can serve and receive traffic on pretty much whatever port you want, assuming you actually have control of your operating system) since those are the defaults, but that would seriously break people's browsing.
What do you want to do? If you just want to be a troll, then find something else to do. People do real business over the Internet, and fucking with traffic is like jamming cell phone signals in the area; you might think it has no negative repercussions and you're just having fun, but you can't possibly know that you're fucking up something critical until after it's too late.
>>50771689 yes you do. falsifying the certs would be a non-trivial endeavor. It'd be dramatically easier to socially engineer whatever you need from someone (e.g. phishing, directing them to your site/form, and just asking them to give you the necessary credentials).
>>50771772 >personal gain not a good motivation. if you want to do something interesting, ultimately do a write-up about something important or worthwhile learned from the exercise, but contribute it back to the world in some way.
And you can get a surprising amount of access to stuff by asking for permissions (e.g. make a chrome extension, ask for permission to access everything; make a web service, ask for permission to access everything, etc...)
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