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If you have access to email sent from those domains, the headers will contain a wealth of information that will help you determine where they're hosted. The downside is that, unlike poking at their public MX records, you'll need to get actual email from someone there in order to get headers to examine. The Received header of is prepended to the message by ...


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The only feasible method for restricting records to specific users is to use authentication. You can use any of the built in identity providers (see https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/articles/app-service-mobile-xamarin-ios-get-started-users/ for more information) or you can use a custom authentication scheme (see the sample at https://github....


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Dropbox and others have encryption by default, but if your account has-been compromised, you lost one layer of security. Are you familiarized with the concept "Security in depth"? It Means That You need to add layer after layer (like an onion) to feel more secure. Maybe you need is a very strong password to secure your Dropbox account. Then you need to ...


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Privacy and confidentiality are different things... A Zip file, even encrypted, is still there, and onlookers may observe not only the archive presence, name and size, but also the individual names and sizes of files within the archive, because these are not encrypted. Traditional Zip encryption is weak and can be broken within a few minutes, regardless of ...


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DDoS attacks' goal is to exhaust some of your resources (bandwidth, CPU, RAM, disk, ...). They are usually of two kind: exploit a vulnerability on your server (or backend) which impact a resource with a small effort (ressource wise) on the attacker side. Sloworis is such an example. The solution is usually a fix from the vendor. exploit the fact that you ...


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That is exactly why having a public UDP service is extremely touchy and risky. If it represents any cause of worry before implementation, you can be 100% sure that it will be a thousand times worse when it gets live. The only ways you could deal with such a service are: with a subscription white list; the end user that needs the service signs-up and ...



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