Lately, I've noticed that the pages I'm going on
http Sometimes I have a big banner at the top of my provider. The funny thing is that when I refresh the pages, I get the
https the site version and the banner are not there. I'm trying to type the
http version in the address bar, but when I click enter, I get the
https version. The Development Tools Network tab indicates that 301 people were permanently moved when setting up the
http version and then I'm redirected the
So I am a little surprised at how I got this banner. How is the ISP able to inject the banner + to display the site under the banner? See below screen capture. I would have assumed that the page was redirected
https, that an ISP would not be able to display the page with a banner? What is happening here?
Note: My default DNS is 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124 (both cloudflare)
It looks like a modern Internet service provider would already have a basic level of packet inspection to identify outgoing TCP connections, even if it only serves for shaping traffic or operator level network address translation, and maintaining a reverse lookup does not seem overly expensive.
My ISP offers a "cyber-protection" service for an additional fee. They say it "identifies and blocks attacks on privacy, credit card scams, identity theft and hacker attacks against computers connected to your home network", but does not do not say how they do it.
Can I test to see if their cyber protection is worth it, or maybe I should look elsewhere for cyber protection?
Suppose that a rich person knows my ip. Can a rich person pay a senior official working in an Internet provider to give him the name and information about the owner of that IP address? suppose the official is the friend of the rich people. can he find information about the owner of this IP address and give it to the rich man? Is not it illegal? I have read that it is illegal to give information to anyone without a police warrant. so the official will do it illegally when he gives it. but my question is: can the official find the information? And if he can, will he find out and put it back? or is it out of reach and very expensive and difficult? ignore the errors in the question and answer me. how difficult is it for an ISP official to access the info?