Drifloud is smarter than he seems to be. When I downloaded an image of image in the hopes of finding incriminating metadata… I couldn’t find anything. It’s a clean state.Read More »
Metadata within photos can be used to view your name, location etc.
[Metadata collected] for internet activity:
– The time, date, size, sender and recipients of emails
– Time and duration of your web connections
– Your IP address
– The law does not require carriers to retain ‘destination’ IP addresses, but a carrier may do so
– The volume of your uploads and downloads
– Location and geographical data
“Don’t do your online banking or anything sensitive on a public Wi-Fi network.” The advice is out there, but why can using a public Wi-Fi network actually be dangerous? And wouldn’t online banking be secure, as it’s encrypted?
There are a few big problems with using a public Wi-Fi network. The open nature of the network allows for snooping, the network could be full of compromised machines, or — most worryingly — the hotspot itself could be malicious.
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