Sparda Posted January 2, 2009 Share Posted January 2, 2009 I don't know about the US and the rest of the world but in the UK they do have this ability. I KNOW, I have tested a number of the tools they use. It's not strictly leagle even with the T&C's which we all have to sign-up too in order to get their internet service, but if you using their networks to link out to other sites and pass your connections through their infrastructure then, they do have this ability. This is simply because unless you can guarantee that at no-point during transmission, that any of your packets have been intercepted then you never really know who you are talking too/through. After all you are going over THEIR network They can't brake SSL as you suggested. Any non encrypted traffic they can look at easily. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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