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Is it true that contentkeeper can monitor all internet activity(including through iframes)?
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awdrgyjil1234 (23)

I was simply wondering. Because i really want to know if contentkeeper can monitor all internet activity

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Coder100 (18903)

well

iframes are literally just indirect uses of your browser.

So that means iframes is no different from accessing the website directly.

SixBeeps (5335)

Probably. According to this "data sheet", it can track even things going through iTunes as a browser, so it's likely an implementation at the router level. At that point, it's able to track traffic even going through SSH.

Baconman321 (1103)

@SixBeeps Note that it can't decrypt the SSH information, only the server can do that.

Hence why you should make your site https (to prevent packet sniffing).

You probably know that though...

SixBeeps (5335)

@Baconman321 You're right, my bad, idk what I was thinking last night. What I meant to say was CURL.

Baconman321 (1103)

@SixBeeps Yeah, it didn't make sense to say "going through ssh".

It looks like it would be going through the router, but remember that it could still be a middleware on the computer handling incoming and outgoing internet requests...

Baconman321 (1103)

It looks like it can.

Iframes are basically UIless windows, meaning that they will behave no differently with internet requests than the browser. It also looks like it is either router middleware or device middleware that acts like a proxy for incoming and outgoing requests.

While it might monitor activity, it certainly can't decrypt your info sent to the server if it is SSH encrypted, due to the fact that only the server can decrypt the info.

InvisibleOne (3209)

I'm not sure if it can monitor through iframes but I'm assuming it could if it's anything similar to the internet monitoring devices we use as my work.

Baconman321 (1103)

@InvisibleOne Iframes are basically UIless browser windows :/