Re: what does your ISP know about...

From: Vlad Tsyrklevich (root@127.0.0.1)
Date: 01/31/03


From: Vlad Tsyrklevich <root@127.0.0.1>
Date: Fri, 31 Jan 2003 05:44:21 GMT

They know everything, all your packets go through them after all, but do
they really care is the question, they rarely actually record everything,
URLs visited is as easy as sniffing packets DST port 80 sniffing the GET
and Host: parts. ISPs have to much traffic to log everything.
 

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-Vlad Tsyrklevich


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