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Jan. 10, 2022, 4:26 a.m. | /u/highlightprotein

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I often hear that you shouldn't use public wifi without something like Tor or the thing that cannot be named in this subreddit.

What is the problem if you are using HTTPS websites? If someone is sniffing packets they won't be able to do anything useful with your data, except learn to which websites you are making requests. Is that correct or wrong?

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