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What is the most secure way to stream video? [closed]

If the privacy is primary, when video is streaming from RPi surveillance camera to only one user, what is the best protection of transferred data, which encoding and which protocols are suitable? ...
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Lots of SSH tries on my log. Is it normal?

I have a Raspberry Pi connected to my home and at day 2 of this month I've opened the port 22 of my router so I could SSH it from anywhere. Today by curiosity, I decided to see the raspberry pi log, ...
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Security of access to local network via VNC over SSH tunnel

I've just set up a Raspberry Pi 2 with the latest raspbian and installed some services. For remote access I've installed tightvnc server which I set up to only allow connections from localhost. I can ...
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How do I protect security camera footage from an adversary?

I am interested in installing a security camera in my car, but I am worried about an adversary gaining physical access to the camera, and destroying the footage; leaving me with no evidence. ...
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SSH raspberry pi security

I've setup an SSH server on my Raspberry Pi. I use RSA keys to login, I disabled root login, password authentication and I use port forwarding to login from outside my network. I can see the ...
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Is it possible to combine VPN and TOR on the same connection? [duplicate]

I'm looking into using a Raspberry Pi 2 between my Router and my Modem acting as an VPN and possibly a TOR gateway (two-in-one). It should just be out-of-the-way and passively/transparently route all ...
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How to block traffic coming from an “public” WiFi hotspot and going to the LAN (iptables)

I followed this tutorial (http://elinux.org/RPI-Wireless-Hotspot) for an Wifi Hotspot in the guesthouse. This is working fine, but every device on the WiFi network can reach any LAN device in the LAN ...
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My server has been brute forced what now? [duplicate]

I have installed a raspberry pi for fun at home. I opened the port 22 and this morning I was concerned about someone brute forcing my server. I ran this query : cd /var/log;zgrep ssh auth*|grep ...
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Buffer Overflow on Raspberry PI

Is the ARM processor used on the Raspberry Pi vulnerable to standard buffer overflows? That is, if a program that has a BO vulnerability is run on a Pi, will it be vulnerable to exploit? How does ...
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Testing a hardware random number generator

The Raspberry Pi has a built in hardware random number generator but there doesn't appear to be any public documentation on the hardware, and even if there were it would be questionable (what company ...
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How does processor architecture affect password hashing speed?

Does hashing speed vary significantly using different architectures (x86 vs ARM)? Scenario I am investigating the possibility of using a cluster of Raspberry Pi for cracking passwords hashed with ...
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Is the Raspberry Pi vulnerable to injection beyond the SD Card?

I understand that it is possible for a code to be crafted for a given hardware/firmware to inject a virus that would not be removed by a wipe of the hard disk. Video card, and BIOS are examples of a ...