Background: WorkerB and Tymac were discussing the pros-and-cons of using two different alternatives for extending a web content management system that is used in their company. Alternative one ...
I am at a student at a school which blocks the right click in Windows Explorer and the desktop, as well as on the taskbar. I don't exactly understand why they do this, since most of the commands on ...
Seeing this comic from xkcd.com made me thinking: Is extending the requirement of admin privileges to things such as connecting to the internet, running the web browser, reading browser and other ...
I have two related questions as to what happens when a user tries to log in to a website If the entered password is wrong what should happen? I have two ideas: Redirect to a page saying "wrong ...
Usually when a person gets a shell by attacking some vulnerabilities, what a person gets is non-interactive shell. So when I call FTP interactive client, shell fails. Is there any way I can do ...
There are cases where you have the opportunity, as a developer, to enforce stricter security features and protections on a software, though they could very well be managed at an environmental level ...
IMHO the 'screen dimming'-and-displaying-of-warning-window feature (?) in Windows is extremely annoying, since I routinely run software that does require the permission to modify a lot of things. I ...
I recently faced one issue. It appeared my outlook launched a dialog saying it needed password. It looked like this I noticed the "->" character in the domain name which usually it auto fills. Also ...