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What details does my iPhone reveal about the user (if any) when I connect to a wifi network?

I accidentally used my work's wifi to look at porn using my iPhone. I refreshed a tab I had open from a session when I wasn't at work. Now I'm worried my firm will find out. The network is ...
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By default, does a linksys router log connections?

Routers have many settings that allow it to be safe and secure for the users that are connected to that network. A lot of these settings have to be manually configured though, which includes ...
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What are the laws regarding ISP recording IP addresses? How would they know who had which?

Since most internet users have ISPs using dynamic IP addresses (e.g. someone gets a new external IP address every few days) are there any laws requiring the ISPs to keep logs associating an IP address ...
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Analyzing wireshark results (openvpn)

I signed up to Mullvad for VPN service, and manually run OpenVPN from my Linux box. I rebooted my computer and make sure not to start any OpenVPN service. Yet when I did a Wireshark analysis I am ...
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Are my credentials unsafe if I am already logged-in before connecting to a public network?

Let's say I am already logged-in to my Gmail or Yahoo account using my 3G then I switched to a public WIFI in an airport or cafe. Is my username and password still vulnerable? What others kinds of ...
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SIEM-AlienVault; Risk Metrics, Assets, and basics [closed]

Been trying for a week now to get AlienVault (referred to as AV hereon) running with little success. I've gone through 2 installs so far. First time messing with SIEM, though have very limited ...
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Can you tell if an attack is successful by looking at IPS logs?

In my organization, we have an IPS behind a firewall. Each time a security event is triggered, I am left to wonder if the attack is really successful. For events that are set to drop in inline, we can ...
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443 views

SSH Brute Force Dictionaries

Request for logs please. So, I had an interesting question posed to me around geographical trends in SSH brute force attempts. The question being "has anybody ever looked into the prevalent SSH ...
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What techniques and tools do you use to relate security events?

You have central logging going, detailed app logging/alerting (e.g. modsec), network based security alerting (e.g. snort), and whatever else feeding your observation deck. Do you have any cool ...
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When would you support the storage of Security & Application event logs in the Cloud?

Under what conditions would you be comfortable storing server log data residing in a secure facility, off-premises? When would you consider a SaaS /hosted solution and what value add should that ...
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What features do you look for in an Enterprise Log Management solution?

This question is for IT Pros, and people who manage a company's infrastructure. Developers should see this related answer for tools geared for them. What are your requirements for such a Event Log ...