How can a Linux server be protected against an attacker that tries to open a large number of SSH sessions (probably trying to brute force a password) that no ports remain to be able to legitimately ...
I had a problem presented today which I found quite interesting. You have an application with a management panel. You know some of the accounts as they are standard. You want two things: You want ...
In my problem there is an existing system that works as a alerting or clipping service that runs user defined searches and generates results lists. These are setup by authenticated users and this ...
I'm currently working on reducing the risk of mass account lockout on a site that (unfortunately) issues sequential, numeric user IDs. Changing the structure of the userID is not an option at this ...
Any ideas on how to protect against the following scenario? Company x uses active directory for authentication of it's employees. The company has multiple authentication points that are semi-public ...