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Google Analytics: View filter not picking up any traffic

I have created a new view (a copy of the main one) and set a filter as follows:

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However, if I visit any URL with that inside of it, nothing gets picked up on the real-time view. However it does get picked up on the main view, where there are no filters.

I can’t click on the verify link as it’s saying the service isn’t available

Any ideas?

Escort Site – 3500 Monthly Uniques – Targeted USA Traffic

The site receives 115 uniques per day from the United States mainly. 3500 per month.

It ranks highly on competitive keywords such as :
"black escorts"
"black escorts New york"
"black escorts Miami"
"black escorts Chicago"

The home page has a DA 23 , PA 25
Users average 2.5 pages per visit.

Why are you selling this site?
I have not had time to monetize this site.

How is it monetized?
It has JuicyAds on it.
In the past escorts have advertised on the site.

Does this site…

Escort Site – 3500 Monthly Uniques – Targeted USA Traffic

Is it possible to decrypt TLS traffic through OpenSSL?

I have a web server that uses the ECDHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384 cipher suite. I noticed that when given the "(Pre)-master-secret log" file (generated by the browser), Wireshark is able to decrypt the traffic given the client random and master secret.

I was wondering how that is possible exactly? Or assuming that I have an encrypted HTTP response from the server, how would one decrypt the traffic given this information through the openssl CLI command? I’m using the LibreSSL version of openssl, which supports encryption/decryption using aes-256-gcm.

Example contents of the "Pre-master-secret" log file (generated by the browser):

CLIENT_RANDOM 8a16c5c231d0074f7d1652e66479d8ef90f3e4692c0ea12da51e342d8040c388 b5d95d11fca16b71cdf2a2999e445caff3b379795d18739b79cbae98edbe883e7a28a9ea13aac8902a143f43ab37cf0d 

Is there a reasonable chance of a well-funded agent obtaining raw traffic over Tor circuits

If an agent has a few middle Tor relays (Am) and a few exit Tor relays (Ae), could they obtain the original traffic of some of the circuits with a reasonable probability?

Let’s assume, without too much loss of generality, that Tor only uses middle-middle-exit circuits and that there are M middle relays and E exit relays.

The probability of such a circuit consisting only of nodes this agent controls then is:

P = Am/M * (Am - 1)/(M - 1) * Ae/E 

According to Tor Metrics, there are just short of 7000 relays in total, with almost 2000 being exit relays. I will round these figures up into 7000 – 2000 = 5000 middle relays and 2000 exit relays.

Assuming the attacker owns 10 middle relays and 10 exit relays, the probability of them getting to control the whole circuit is

P = 10/5000 * 9/4999 * 10/2000 ~= 1.8e-8 

which is very low. However, once you factor in the enormous amount of Tor circuits being established (could not find a reliable figure anywhere, will gladly edit one in if someone has it), wouldn’t this agent be able to consistently get complete circuits through their relays and, as a consequence, have complete access to the data it was relaying?

I understand that some of the data through the circuits would also be using TLS, but at least some of it should be plaintext.

It may also be worth pointing out that if this is a really well-funded agent, they might have substantially more than 20 relays at their disposal.