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Online security test website. Snakeoil?

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nonmalleable
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Re: Online security test website. Snakeoil?

Postby nonmalleable » Sat May 28, 2016 10:32 pm

The last test on 'Compliance' only means much if you have a proper "data-loss prevention solution" or DPI tool on your network that prevents outgoing 'sensitive' or proprietary data. My test failed in 2 out of 5 test areas and this is normal.
(if you have a firewall that doubles as leak prevention - results may vary)

. it detects access to cryptostorm unhindered
. it detects access to embargoed locations (nice!)

For the Security test it only failed in the areas that Google's blocking service fails to detect or block since i left it OFF. It also did not indicate if any DNS leaks were found.
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