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You don't know enough to make a call. Given the technology involved, the baseline is it could be very, very bad. To raise it above that you need to test it or look at the code or both.


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Well first of all its an assumption, so assume away! Your talking about the PHP code's security, so can we ignore the outdated versions of the stack: Linux, Apache, PHP, MySQL. All of which you should be able to pull up a number of exploits for (knowing the version) via Google. We can then talk about the PHP application. The code is going to be as secure as ...


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This greatly depends on what hardware and security you have at your office. Here are some suggestions (keep in mind that I mostly know Cisco). Port Security on the switches to make sure that multiple MAC addresses are not assigned, do some searching for wireless signals, watch utilization on specific ports/MAC addresses to see the highest usage and then ...


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The question seems to fairly generic, there are many third party tools that can be used to measure security of the application, but none of them guarantee security for your application. For example, if you are using WP, you might want to check the latest CVE's w.r.t to WP. What I mean to say is that understanding the point that it somehow becomes important ...


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Laws on computer surveillance are derived from laws regarding telephone surveillance and wiretapping. Those laws don't always fit the current situation, and the laws have not kept up with rapidly changing technology. So there are lots of holes in regulation and privacy law. One important concept is the "expectation of privacy," where a reasonable person ...



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