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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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ALFA AWUS036NHV - Monitor Mode [closed]

I have recently come into ownership of the above product and was wondering if it is possible to enable monitor mode on said device? I figured this community might have a definite answer, if not a ...
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Security risk of opening port 111 (rpcbind)?

As far as I understood rpcbind is used for listing active services, and telling the requesting client where to send the RPC request. If a host listens on port 111, one can use rpcinfo to get program ...
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Secure (P2P) Client/Company File Sharing

my small web design company currently uses a cloud storage service to collaborate with our clients and I would like an easier (and more secure) way for files to be transferred-in and stored. The ...
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Sign java jars for security [closed]

We have an enterprise system that utilizes many in house jars, java applications, to run on a centos 7 linux system. How do I go about achieving the following in order of importance: Only signed ...
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How can user credetials be leveraged when doing a penetration test for a Windows network? [closed]

Assume the following scenario: NTLMv2 only Only Vista machines or higher Remote desktop disabled throughout network No open shares psexec needs administrative level access. Without any shares ...
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DNSSEC: Does the algorithm of the ZSK need to match the algorithm of the KSK?

I am in the process of setting up DNSSEC for my domains. Initially I was going to go with algorithm 13 (ECDSA-P256-SHA256), but it seems that dyn.com doesn't allow me to add a DS record with an ...
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Snort rule for outgoing attacks [closed]

I have a pcap file captured from a user PC. I need to analyze whether it has initialized a DOS attack to any server. alert tcp any any -> any 8080 (msg:"DOS flood denial of service attempt"; ...
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Is it dangerous to append search query to the base URL?

I'm testing drupal website and I've noticed that search query gets appended to the base URL in the response, like so: query: "hey ho: there" http://www.baseurl.com/search/node/hey ho%3A there query: ...
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Any way to revoke old key pair?

There is a many-year-old 1024 DSA key in the public keyservers under my name. There is a 2048 ELG-E subkey for it. I didn't create these keys, they were created for me by a former employer without my ...
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Problem in understanding Blakley's Secret Sharing Scheme

I need to implement Blakley's Secret Sharing Scheme. I have read below mentioned two research papers but still unable to understand how to implement it. 1. Safeguarding cryptographic keys 2. Two ...
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Soft tokens - multiple profiles on same smartphone

Some of our clients have started migrating to soft tokens instead of hardware ones for two-factor authentication to their network. We have apps like RSA SecurID and VIP Access on our smartphones. The ...
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Secure Requests Between iOS App and PHP Server

I'm developing an iOS app that requires data to be sent to a server to process a transaction. The data is stored on Stripe (A credit card service) so I do not need to worry about encrypting / storing ...
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Using snort with cloudflare? [closed]

How might Snort or another IDS system work with Cloudflare? Essentially, the originating IP would be CloudFlare's, therefore a proactive IPS might be difficult to install. I understand that ...
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HTTP GET Request to a webpage that does not exist [closed]

I am seeing a machine is making a HTTP GET request to webpage (ex: www.sample.com/1.png), proxy devices respond with status code 407 (proxy auth required). But when I checked for the site via ...
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How can I find threats/attacks from a PCAP - Wireshark, Snort [closed]

I have a pcap file and I am trying to analyze it using Snort and Wireshark. When I tried the command, which I had showed below, in Ubuntu I was provided with various output such as the date, time, ...
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How to transform an hash into a usable password?

I was reading about PwdHash and it inspired me to create a little project where you input a master password and an easy to remember alias into a password hash, like bcrypt, and then you get an hash. ...
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Security certification of software products: what about libraries or third-party services?

How the security certification works if the software uses third party libraries or services? E.g., if someone would like to certify a software product following Common Criteria standard (let's say, ...
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What is the best way to track the authenticated user on the server side? [closed]

For a web app, the client side is javascript in the browser. The server side is ASP.NET with a REST API. At present there is a single server but we plan to scale out with a server each in the US, UK, ...
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153 views

Correct auth method using oAuth 2.0?

Been trying to wrap my head around oAuth 2.0, but I'm struggling figure out the correct way to implement it for our system, as there are so many different approaches. Our specifications are: Secure ...
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How Modification attacks works?

Theoretically... In Active attacks we have "modification attack"...ie "In a message modification attack, an intruder alters packet header addresses to direct a message to a different destination or ...
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228 views

Vulnerable XSS Test [closed]

I have to do a presentation about XSS. I want to give a demo but I can't find test platforms. I found http://zero.webappsecurity.com/index.html but this site always shows a FireHost-block when I try ...
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Two similar computeres on same network, different traceroutes (one slow - one fast) [closed]

My SO's computer has a very slow internet connection. So I compared her traceroute to xkcd.com with mine. We are on the same network, on both on os-x. It's a simple 4g home router. tracerouter ...
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OpenVPN bridging vs routing: which is more secure?

I have read about the differences between routing and bridging in OpenVPN, but I haven't found much from a security perspective. Which of the two modes is more secure?
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Security schemes regularly in use on cloud

I've been looking into how connections are managed in the cloud, in order to better understand the threats users and their deployments may face. The most important and common ones in use seem to be ...
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Can't mail stolen session ID [closed]

I'm working on this platform: http://testfire.net/ With this script I can see the cookie: "><script>alert(document.cookie)</script> So now I'm trying to mail this cookie to me. ...
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Detecting reflective DLL injection any other ways?

any way to detect it? maybe using mcafee hips rules? Are there any known Techniques to detect it ? like walking the VAD tree or something?
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Pathping for test Pinging from subnets

Does anyone know if PathPing or NMAP can ping or scan from predefinded source IPs? I am checking connectivity from agents on remote hosts to a destination site from my host. Is there a switch or tool ...
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How is the random string of Thunderbird's profile folder generated? [closed]

As per this link, Thinderbird creates a folder by name in the format ".default” where ”” is an eight digit string randomly generated by Thunderbird. But how is it generated? Which random generator ...
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Online Activation Succeeds, Website Registration of same Serial Key Does Not [closed]

I need to ascertain the validity of software I purchased. It passes one check (online activation) and fails another (registration of a software title at the manufacturer website). I am a belated ...
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What is the “crafted DBGCMD_LQUERYLV” in CVE-2014-8904

https://web.nvd.nist.gov/view/vuln/detail?vulnId=CVE-2014-8904 lquerylv in cmdlvm in IBM AIX 5.3, 6.1, and 7.1 and VIOS 2.2.x allows local users to gain privileges via a crafted DBGCMD_LQUERYLV ...
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Has Stackfield been security audited and is the metadata safe?

It appears that Stackfield is one of the only functioning applications that combines end to end encryption, messaging services and file sharing. Peerio has just been launched (literally a day or two ...
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AES and message properties

An active attacker changes the ciphertext which was made using the AES cipher algorithm. Which message properties are preserved even though that change was made. Choose one of the below: 1) Integrity ...
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Run a uploaded file with a double extension? [closed]

I tested some pieces of code from an old project. I found something that looks like it could be an exploit, but I do not manage to exploit it completely. Here is the code: $target = "folder/"; ...
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Bypassing file upload restrictions

However an exercise I do not manage to resolve, I have to bypass a check of extension of a form in PHP. It turns out that just the extension is verified, but certain special characters are replaced ...
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SAPE link injection into website

I currently have a WordPress website that has been updated to latest version 4.1, also latest theme installed. The problem is this SAPE Russian link network that is injecting malware code into the ...
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Is microsoft.com not using TLS/SSL?

On my way to Microsoft to download "security essentials", I noticed that the download page isn't a secure site. Is this legitimately the case, or an indication that I may be compromised in some way? ...
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Where can I find vendor neutral resources on using SIEM solutions? [closed]

I'm taking on new responsibilities in my current INFOSEC capacity and that includes exposure to a SIEM solution. Where can I find resources about learning the fundamentals behind SIEMs. Use cases, ...
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HMAC + AES to guarantee secrecy and integrity?

As an exercise, I am writing some code that accepts a list of possibly secret properties (e.g. user ID, password, IP address), adds a timestamp, encrypts it, and signs it. Here's a high-level ...
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Is there any security risk with adding a **root's** public key to the local user's authorized_keys (so root to login as a user non-interactively?)

Background: I want to try unprivileged lxc containers a try on my small web server (hosting 2-4 users). Since the server is shared among friends, we decided to separate our services from the machine ...
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Secure Third-Party User Forms [closed]

Hopefully this is the correct forum for this type of question. I work in a small not-for-profit in the UK. We wish to have a userform on our website that will allow customers to send information to ...
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Open redirection unique token bypass

I am currently analyzing one job portal web application in which there is an open redirect vulnerability. Vulnerability description is as follows: Request type: GET Vulnerable Parameter: dest ...
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Distribute S/MIME public keys and CA cert for email security

I have my own CA. I want to distribute S/MIME certificates for 10 different users. I saw S/MIME keyservers from http://wiki.cacert.org/KeyServers, but I don't want to use public servers. What is the ...
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SSL with client certificate authentication

can somebody explain to me if for example i use Server certificate, with 2048bit keys and client certificate with only 512bit strength, does this use in any way affect the security of the established ...
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Steganography - retreive secret text by comparing original and text containing picture

I have two pictures: st_original.png and st_secret_key_container.png . The second picture is the same as the first but contains a secret which is the MD5 checksum of some key I'll need to decrypt a ...
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Adequate prevention of distributed brute force attacks?

What are good ways to prevent distributed brute force attacks on my website? I think (not sure. if someone can assure me, thanks!) my site is secure against normal brute force attacks as I am using ...
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Banking card certificate

Does anyone have an idea of what kind of public-key technologies are used in the bank perimeter ? Does banking card embedded x509 certificate ? OpenPGP ? Perhaps a standard exists or a de-facto ...
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How does disabling sign in upon confirmation make devise any more secure?

Referencing reasons given in this question http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18655334/avoid-sign-in-after-confirmation-link-click-using-devise-gem Devise does not allow the immediate sign-in of a ...
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Deadbolt will not release key easily [closed]

My car was broken into recently and its left me feeling uneasy about my security. I live in an apartment complex that is getting repaired so the traffic is heavy in and out of the building daily. The ...
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Additional options to protect from bad USB devices in ubuntu

In addiition to the solution options in the other threads How to prevent BadUSB attacks on linux desktop Protecting against bad USB in ubuntu i wanted to ask if it is possible in ubuntu somehow to ...

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