Source: http://lcamtuf.blogspot.com/2014/09/quick-notes-about-bash-bug-its-impact.html For the same reason, userland DHCP clients that invoke configuration scripts and use variables to pass down ...
I have come across a few Android apps that provide various features for communicating with a desktop machine (sending text or typing in one direction or another, controlling the desktop pointer with ...
(I'm not sure if this better belongs on unix.se or android.se, but since it's primarily security-related, I'm asking it here) I use my Android device to access servers for quick on-the-go ...
I assume that GPG is very strong to crack, guess, etc. Since I have confidence in GPG, would it be appropriate to use my GPG key as the master key for a password manager or generator?
According to this link: here, nmap 5.2 onwards is now supposed to detect android smartphones. I am using nmap 6.01 but it only identifies android devices as running a linux kernel.