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Aug
24
revised Why do we still use keys to start cars? why not passwords?
several comma splices, plus spelling and grammar
Aug
16
revised How does Windows 10 allow Microsoft to spy on you?
Wrong word
Aug
16
revised SSL Certificate framework 101: How does the browser actually verify the validity of a given server certificate?
It's a bit misleading to say the browsed uses this information to trace the one cert to the next to the root CA. The disinguished name is only used to find trusted certificates in it's record of trusted certificates, not to trace an intermediate certificate in a chain.
Aug
13
revised How does Windows 10 allow Microsoft to spy on you?
Removed redundant numbering
Aug
11
revised How to send HTTPrequest anonymously
link to users, proper spelling of "Tor"
Aug
7
revised Ransom attacks - can I protect myself by encrypting all my files?
corrected grammar
Aug
7
revised How is it possible that people observing an HTTPS connection being established wouldn't know how to decrypt it?
Grammar fix. Computers do not have genders.
Aug
6
revised Are there technical differences which make Linux less vulnerable to virus than Windows?
Title spelling
Aug
3
revised How to remain 100% anonymous on the internet?
Minor edits
Jul
30
revised Could malware move during a scan to avoid detection?
Corrected phrasing, used headings (instead of citations) for section headings. Semantics/gist should be unaltered.
Jul
30
revised WarGames: Platforms to practice and improving your hacking skill set
The question focusess on hacking, rather than the protection against it.
Jul
29
revised My friend revealed both private and public keys for his server. How serious is this?
better grammar
Jul
11
revised Password rules: Should I disallow “leetspeak” dictionary passwords like XKCD's Tr0ub4dor&3
linked the referenced answer
Jul
10
revised How to prove my Gmail has been hacked?
My edits were removed since I've remained anonymous.
Jul
7
revised How does malicious software encrypt victims' files?
"intact" is one word; megabytes rather than millibits; spell out "executable" in full
Jul
6
revised How does malicious software encrypt victims' files?
fixed spelling/grammar
Jul
6
revised How does malicious software encrypt victims' files?
fixed grammar
Jul
5
revised What is the corrupted image vulnerability? How does it work?
broken link
Jun
27
revised What's more secure? Hard coding credentials or storing them in a database?
minor adjustments. A few is used more commonly than "some" when preceding a noun. Pull quote seems more reasonable for emphasis
Jun
23
revised Why can't reverse engineering be automated?
double negative