* Posts by tomgreenwood

2 posts • joined 26 Nov 2018

Staff sacked after security sees 'suspect surfer' script of shame

tomgreenwood

Re: And that's why...

For HTTPS connections, the proxy logs won't have the full URL, they will just have the domain part of the URL. So they know what site you've been on but not what you were looking at.

Maybe they can infer from the size of the download whether you were watching normal porn or midget porn. Finally, a potential use case for machine learning.

"I was just checking out the head office address so I could send them a large thank you package." seems reasonable enough.

Everyone's all like 'stick it in the cloud!' What of the mad lads pushing data closer to compute?

tomgreenwood

If true,

this could make a VAST array of difference to my purchasing decisions.

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