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Can my server (like the server that my employer uses for the network) find out what internet sites I visit?
Yes, they can, and do. Many people have lost their jobs because of their surfing habits at work.
I think you may not have answered his second question... if 'employees of ISP' can tell other people about what they saw. This is rather a question of legality, rather than technicality. Yes, tehnically it is possible, but legally..? I think ISP is responsible enough to prohibit it.
Employer ISP definitely can track what sites you visit. My cousin found that one out the hard way.
How can I monitor what connection I have(I'm on a 2MB line)as I dont think I'm getting what I'm paying for on a regular basis.
I sometimes use my company wireless laptop to surf the net while I'm on business trips. Can my employer see what I'm surfing if I don't log onto the company VPN or network?
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Possibly. They could have installed spyware, or configured your system to
access their proxies even though you've not explicitly done so yourself.
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If I delete the history, and all associated files to my internet usage, such as porn, etc... Can they still view it? I'd like to know how to cover some tracks... I definately have learned that I can't be looking at non-business material at work... HELP?!?!?!?
i'm not worried about the ISP so much as the low paid customer service staff who hate their jobs, their lives, and have nothing better to do than cause havoc using my identity
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