A server is a machine running a software daemon that is generally accessed over a network by other machines.

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How can I ensure safety when literal passwords are required

I have a case at my hands where my server needs to make automated API calls that require authentication. Hence the server will need to know the literal passwords to make those calls. What options do ...
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Remote Administrative Access to a server, KVM over IP or HP iLo?

We have a situation. We want to grant remote administrative access to one of our servers for clients. As I know, there are two possible ways: 1- KVM-over-IP and 2-HP iLO. The most important thing for ...
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Prevent CryptoLocker on Server

A quick question, which may have a not-so-quick answer - Are there any ways to prevent files associated with CryptoLocker, to be propagated to a data server, by means of a back up? We use Cobian as ...
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Exchange of encrypted files through a server

I have a thing to do, that basically bases on a server that is honest but curious. Therefore I want the server to have the public key for encryption and it will encrypt files during the process of ...
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Does using NAT-T for L2TP / IPsec VPN pose a realistic security risk?

I'm working on upgrading an old Windows RAS server that hosts PPTP VPN. I want to move to a L2TP/IPsec VPN. Due to the firewall appliance we use, the VPN server has to be behind a NAT. This means ...
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Distinct databases with the same Kerberos Authentication server

Should two deployed applications within a private network requiring distinct databases (for storing their own users credentials) require distinct Authentication servers (implementing Kerberos)? Or is ...
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Is there a solution for On-the-fly-encryption with active directory rules & policies?

I am looking at having our servers' sql databases for a few program and documents to be always encrypted on the HDD, but available to AD users. So one or multiple users with the right AD privileges ...
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Is a direct SIP video call (encrypted) between two computers more secure than going through a registrar service?

I learned recently about ZRTP-encrypted video calls using an SIP client, such as Jitsi or Linphone or Blink. I was able to make a direct encrypted video call between two clients on the same local ...
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Mobile Backend Server: How to validate authenticated client is valid?

Consider this scenario Step 1: App asks user to "Sign In" using Google or Facebook Step 2: Once authenticated, app sends user's Id (from Google/Facebook) to My App Server requested to app ...
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Is there a pre-established method for cracking RSA SecureID codes?

I am using the most modern version of RSA SecureID's tokens with a RSA server (used with a lot of governments and larger organizations ). I was just wondering if there was a pre-established method for ...