Hi All,

It's a pleasure to be a new member of this community! And straight away, I've got one question to get the discussion going.

A thing that’s been bugging me for quite some time is gaining greater visibility into what other URLs browsers call out to that are not immediately obvious when you visit a URL.
As someone who cares about security in your office or network, is that a concern for you as well? Have you ever tried to do something about it?

As a side note, I’ve written an article on that subject, suggesting one solution to that problem. Depending on your situation it might or might not be applicable.

Without further ado, here’s the link: One way to regain control over your browser @ AlwaysTransparent blog

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