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I myself am an IT auditor. When I conduct an audit, I evaluate the sufficiency of evidence based on risk. Audit risk, the risk that a material misstatement or non compliance with rules / policy won't be found, is evaluated based on its components - Inherent risk - risk underlying process under audit Control risk - risk that faulty internal controls won't ...


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As an IT auditor, let me give you an answer from experience. Segregation of duties - SOD It is a good practice and core principle to segregate employees who operate or administer the system from which audit logs are produced from employees such as myself, with responsibilities to review these logs for fraud / malicious activity / security vulnerabilities. ...


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to clarify, this activity is normal, I see these on other routers as well. Had similar fear, did research. It is a false positive generated by over-broad rulesets.


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Disconnect the "192.168.1.6" IP address from your router. If your router gateway is "192.168.1.1" then the dos attack log from 192.168.1.6 is another computer connected to your router. If you don't know how to disable it in the router settings, configure a rule in your firewall to block traffic from 192.168.1.6. IF you are in fact experiencing a DoS ...


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Theoretically, yes, since your password has been sent to Google and is most likely stored somewhere along with billions of other short strings. In practice though, the probability of that password getting out of that database and somehow making its way to an attacker that tries to use it to access your account is several orders of magnitude lower than many ...


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It's doubtful, but consider the following The connection to Google Search is encrypted. As far as we know, Google Search History has not been compromised. In the event you have Google Search and Web History Enabled, your search history could theoretically be accessed by someone who managed to break into your account. You stated that you didn't press enter; ...



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