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Unable to login when using Tor [migrated]

There are certain sites that does not allow the user to login when they are using Tor. Why do we face this issue? We can surf these sites, but cannot login using the Username and password. It works ...
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Is having a GUID in a https url secure enough? [duplicate]

Is having a GUID in a https url secure enough? Are there any security risks of using this way of authenticating users? https://mywebsite.com/......?Guid=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Also what ...
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How many hostnames can be supported by a wildcard ssl certificate? Is there any limit?

How many hostnames can be supported by a wildcard ssl certificate? Is there any limit ?
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WiFi connection history

I have a hunch someone is logging on my wifi. I already know how to see who is currently using my wifi, but can I find out who was using my wifi in the past?
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Is there a tool to verify if the Google SafeSearch is working on my Google account? [closed]

I need to understand and be sure 100% that the Google Safesearch is working.
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Maximum number of Requests in HTTP keep alive connection

We are running a network analyzer . And we log info which are in the HTTP request headers and HTTP response code. Because in keep alive connection request may come without responses. I push requests ...
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Is the option to jump to blanks in password fields a security risk?

Using Ctrl + ← / →, it's a common behavior across different operating systems to jump from word to word (or from blank to blank) in text input fields. Now I've discovered that this also applies on ...
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1answer
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removing SSLv3 does not seem to fix POODLE problem [duplicate]

I have removed SSLv3 from my Apache 2.2.15 ssl.conf file with the line SSLProtocol All -SSLv2 -SSLv3 I have restarted httpd but POODLE tests still show vulnerability exists with POODLE. What else ...
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Performing POODLE attack

I trying to perform POODLE attack on a hosted server that I've configured to support only SSLv3. The scenario is I logged on my server and it sends the cookie in response that will be stored by the ...
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1answer
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How do server know the CSR sender is approved client?

Suppose have a server provide a POST url to send CSR. The response certificate then will be used for later SSL client-cert auth connection. The prblem is anyone can POST a CSR to the server and then ...
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Friends Suggestions on Facebook - think I've sussed it! [duplicate]

My first facebook page was set up back in 2007 with an email account with no contacts (none whatsoever). My boyfriend at the time didn't like me having facebook (he didn't have facebook at the time ...
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How nmap guesses the operating system?

nmap has the capability to guess the operating system with the option -O. I was highly surprised that it can find the correct kernel or service pack. * How nmap guesses the operating system? * What ...
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Can someone help me understand ALG and VPN settings on my router? [migrated]

I'm looking at the settings in my TP-LINK WDR4300 router and noticed settings for VPN passthrough and ALG. Every single option is enabled but I am hoping someone can help me understand these settings ...
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Is XSS a vulnerability or an attack?

Why so many people use different defenitions(attack or vulneraibility) for XSS? I think that XSS is attack, that exploits insufficient filtering vulnerability. Am I right? The answer for this ...
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What is the simplest safe way to convey a password to another person? [duplicate]

What is the easiest way for two people – neither of whom are computer specialists and cannot meet in person – to send a password for an encrypted file that is attached to an email? The two simplest ...
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wifi settings to the wifi that isn't mine [duplicate]

I am under someone's wifi and I don't feel comfortable with the knowledge that she can see everything I send and visit. How can I secure my devices and block out any funny buisness? I have the wifi ...
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POODLE: Disabling SSLv3 in Apache [migrated]

Everybody seems to be talking about the POODLE vulnerability today. And everybody recommends disabling SSLv3 in Apache using the following configuration directive: SSLProtocol All -SSLv2 -SSLv3 ...
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1answer
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HTTP status code for successful login

I have a web application for testing. It has a login page. For unsuccessful login attempts, the developers have made a custom error page so that the response from the web application shows 200 OK, ...
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3answers
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Why doesn't the TLS protocol work without the SSLv3 ciphersuites?

While disabling SSLv3 from our ssl.conf files to overcome the Poodle vulnerability, I also disabled the SSLv3 ciphers using !SSLv3. With the ciphers disabled, we were not able to access the website ...
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1answer
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Does DH parameter file need to be unique per private key?

There is scant information available online on the DH parameters used in DHE ciphers (and the kind that's available is aimed at cryptographers, not systems administrators). Basically, as a sysadmin, I ...
4
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0answers
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Is it possible to clone an RFID/NFC card using a simple RFID reader, for future reuse and impersonation?

RFID/NFC technology is used in credit cards and many other personal identification applications. Is it possible/how easy is it to clone a card using a simple RFID reader? In other words, can the ...
4
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1answer
64 views

Passing secret keys securely to docker containers

I want to pass a secret value needed by an app that runs in a Docker container. This particular container is short-lived -- it starts up, runs a command, and then terminates. Method 1: Pass the ...
0
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1answer
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Is Lock-a-Folder a secure and reliable way to encrypt information?

What are the properties of Lock-a-folder? does it create plain-text temporary files anywhere? (e.g. ntfs artifacts, etc) does it allow running a program from the folder as if it was a normal folder? ...
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1answer
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Decrypt signature file based on plaintext

I have 2 text files used by an application. One is a very large "schema" array (approaching 100,000 lines, JSON format). The other is a .txt.sig file generated somehow from the contents of the schema ...
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1answer
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Hardware Implementation of Encryption Algorithm

In the abstract of the AES-GCM RFC, the following passage is prominently included: [AES-GCM] can be efficiently implemented in hardware for speeds of 10 gigabits per second and above... Is the ...
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Make all form inputs safe but allow any type of input including code

Pastebin allow you to (along with plenty of other sites) input code into there forms. I know that this can be a huge security threat if not done properly so I would like to know how they go about ...
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1answer
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How do you log into Amazon Web Services if you lose your phone which has Google 2-factor authentication set up?

And if it is possible, how do you prevent other people from claiming they are you and lost their phone? Amazon only directs you to a page which does not exist. http://aws.amazon.com/iam/faqs/ If ...
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1answer
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Unrestricted File Upload Problem [closed]

I have a website www.example.com where I can upload word docs, and then the site will give me a link which I can click to download them at a later time. However I managed to bypass this so I can ...
1
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1answer
52 views

Can Cipher Suites defined in TLSv1.2 be negotiated by clients that only support TLSv1.0?

If my server has only the cipher suites enabled which are defined by TLSv1.2 does that force a client to also use TLSv1.2 or else not be able to connect or can the connection fallback to TLSv1.1 or ...
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2answers
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Is 'correct' TLS Configuration dependant mainly on the Server?

Here is a link to a screen grab of SSL Configuration Checker by GlobalSign for my domain: SSL Configuration Checker: http://i.imgur.com/CbVjVee.png. Following recent discussions with the host, they ...
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2answers
179 views

POODLE vulnerability in major social networking

Social networking is a corner stone for a majority of our daily lives, be it communicating with friends, sharing photos or even using social networking for advertising and business promotion. Whilst ...
1
vote
1answer
21 views

Is there a trusted independent firewall review company?

I don't know how to write this without it sounding like a plug (lol), but it's not. So please don't close-vote it, even if you really want your editor badge. Here goes: There's this site called ...
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1answer
50 views

retrieve database data with application server? [closed]

retrieve database data with application server?
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4answers
75 views

Password recovery flow - Send Password recovery to any email?

I am building a new MVC app. Considering this "forgot password" flow: 1)You enter an email. 2)You press "send recovery password". 3)An email awaits in the inbox, pressing the link in it brings you to ...
1
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1answer
61 views

Mentioned On A Blog By A “Hacker” - Should I Care?

Some (insert noun here) who seems to be a black hat hacker thinks that I am his #1 enemy and has posted some of my information on his blog. He is mad because I am advertising for others. The ...
5
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3answers
778 views

How does someone with HubSpot Sidekick knows when I opened their sent email?

This app claims to know when recipients opened the emails that were sent to them. Tracking clicked URLs is fairly straightforward. What I don't understand is how a 3rd party can possibly know when I ...
1
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2answers
42 views

Manual malware / adware analysis after SEP scan

My company currently gets malware alerts from several source's i.e. Symantec Endpoint Protection and FireEye. When these alerts are triggered, a manual process of logging onto the user's machine is ...
2
votes
2answers
503 views

Disable SSLv3 system-wide for all clients?

After reading about Poodle secutrity bug, I have disabled SSLv3 on my servers and browsers. But there are several clients that do not expose settings detailed enough via their own means of ...
2
votes
2answers
48 views

Web Application Vulnerability Scan- False Positives-Recognizing and Eliminating

Web Application Vulnerability and Potential False Positives As a Penetration Tester the application vulnerability scan is a major part of any penetration testing methodology. In the Application ...
2
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0answers
72 views

Does Firefox support TLS on non-standard ports? [migrated]

My presumption was that TLS 1.0+ is supported by Firefox on ports other than 443. However, a tweet crossed my path that seems to debunk this. Turns out that Firefox does not support TLS on any ...
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2answers
31 views

Add Cipher Suite support to Chrome/ Chromoium?

I would like to know how to add Cipher Suite: TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA support to the new versions of Chrome? Since Chrome v25/26 Google stopped the support of Cipher Suite: ...
1
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2answers
35 views

PKI expired and renewed, do my correspondents have to do anything?

My PKI certificate (Digital ID for email from Symantec, issuer is "VeriSign Client External Certification Authority - G3") expired after 1 year and so I have renewed it. Do the people I correspond ...
2
votes
1answer
60 views

How to handle legacy website account login credentials

I have a lot (>1000) of credentials for website logins in my Chrome's password safe. Some of them are quite old (> 10 years) and have weak (dictionary) passwords. Some of the accounts have low value ...
0
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0answers
30 views

Do iOS applications have access to the certificates installed?

As the title says, I'm curious if a generic iOS application can access/retrieve the certificates installed in the device (e.g., via a management profile) Thanks
0
votes
1answer
49 views

Securing access tokens?

Preface: I have no experience with securing applications whatsoever. I'm building a web app that uses Google Plus authentication to sign users in. My initial thought is to save the access token that ...
0
votes
2answers
1k views

Based on these email headers, where is this virus coming from?

I'm seeing a virus in our network with some strange headers. Sometimes they are coming (sourced) from a netscaler VIP, other times they seem to come from an Exchange hub server. How do I determine ...
3
votes
1answer
83 views

Hardware encrypted external HDDs

I'm planning to buy an external HDD with hardware encryption, namingly the WD My Passport Ultra 2TB. On the WD website the information about the encryption is sadly scarce so I'm asking here. How ...
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votes
1answer
25 views

Can OTP 2FA be reversibly determined?

Please note: I'm not necessarily talking about what happens when one shoulder surfs someone inputting a OTP. I'm fairly confident that it's nearly impossible (or extremely impractical) to guess the ...
3
votes
2answers
70 views

Could SSL-like encryption be used for not password-protected wireless access points?

I'm looking at ways an outsider (i.e. someone without a possible password) of the network could sniff the communication within the network, specifically focusing on WLAN. This is what I understand ...
0
votes
0answers
38 views

Metasploit - post script help [closed]

Hello guys I want to write a post script that does the following when getting the session: 1. GetSystem 2. Uploads .exe 3. Execute command with "execute". The idea is to automatically schedule a ...

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