Mark Dain Is there an easy way of determining how much traffic that leaves my machine is encrypted? I can think of a transparent HTTP proxy but I'd like a % with a breakdown of protocol; that way I can determine what needs work
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Martijn I had a fun experiment that lasted all of 1 day: block port 80 connections from my browser.
Mark Dain Try turning off IPv4. That doesn't last too long... I've done that at the start of every year since 2014. I feel like 2016 may be the year though as it's starting to take off! Helped in part by Apple making it an App Store requirement, I think
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Eric Maybe Fiddler is able to help:
Mark Dain Thanks but I think I figured out a solution. It's possible to run Wireshark from the CLI and have it log every packet to stdout. I'm going to capture this, filter it and store a summary in MySQL. If I do this long enough I can start spotting common connections I make that aren't encrypted. For example; Most forget that IRC isn't encrypted however some networks offer SSL on a different port.
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