Reply to post: Re: If everything's encrypted, what's the problem?

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JohnFen Silver badge

Re: If everything's encrypted, what's the problem?

This.

Even in my own little home network, all traffic (except for the open WiFi I run, but it's on an isolated subnet) is encrypted, even when it's not leaving my LAN. I don't do this because I don't trust my router, I do it as a layer in my multilayered security: it's yet another roadblock should an attacker gain access to my network.

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