Re: question regarding SSL
"Well, I think yes, the URI could be displayed/retrieved. It is registered
in plain text in web server logs."
I meant someone is sniffing the "connection" between my pc, and the
server, not the server admin. :O
So if someone is sniffing the connection it can only see that, i'm
visiting https://THISSITE.COM, and it can't see, that I visit
On 25 November 2010 12:01, Camaleón <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Wed, 24 Nov 2010 22:45:59 +0100, Arthur Bela wrote:
>> If i use https, then my connection "is safe", ok.
> Your connection is encrypted, which means if someone can get a raw dump
> of the transaction data, it will have to decypher the chunk of code.
>> I just want to know, that can someone see that what link i'm exactly
>> I mean, it can only see, that i'm visiting THISSITE.COM, or it can see
>> THISSITE.COM/SOMELINK.html ?
> Well, I think yes, the URI could be displayed/retrieved. It is registered
> in plain text in web server logs.
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