After all these articles circulating online about md5 exploits, I am considering switching to another hash algorithm. As far as I know it's always been the algorithm of choice among numerous DBAs. Is ...
I read an answer here which talked about becoming a PenTester. The answer said that you have to learn to break software. I posted a comment on the answer asking where do I start learning to break ...
We are going to secure our software development life cycle and have been researching for a good model to start with. I have found 3 major models (methodologies?) which are : Cigital SDLC (7 touch ...
I am taking a security class. The class notes say that an attacker can observe a pattern in temp file names and then make their own temp file to compromise a program. They say that if a temp file is ...
I live at a place where we don't always always have internet. I wonder if there is something like VirusTotal but that could work without internet connection and sync when I have some wifi to update ...
Is there any particular reason why the Steam application attempts to be so secure? It seems to force you to take more security measures (two-factor authentication, emails confirming all trades, etc) ...
Is it good policy to use non-mainstream applications, or does it depend? For example is it better to use a less popular browser, media player or operating system as it is less likely a target for ...
I don't need a list of software (I know shopping questions are off topic), but my google-fu is failing me at this. Basically looking for software that will scan a filesystem looking for files that may ...
I need help with understanding how to manage security release notes for our product. We create major release of our product about each half years and security or maintenance releases each month. What ...