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bio website sampablokuper.com
location Cambridge, United Kingdom
age 94
visits member for 2 years, 2 months
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Interested in web standards, semantics, communication, history of science, and the - uh - universe...

Aug
7
awarded  Necromancer
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jul
1
accepted Voicemail PIN reset - what is a DDN?
Jun
30
revised Voicemail PIN reset - what is a DDN?
deleted 35 characters in body; edited title
Jun
30
comment Voicemail PIN reset - what is a DDN?
Indeed, you are correct. Evidently my Google-fu failed me first time around. Feel free to make this into an answer so that I can mark it as correct.
Jun
30
asked Voicemail PIN reset - what is a DDN?
Jun
15
awarded  Necromancer
Jun
2
comment Physical security - responsible disclosure
The manufacturer is currently promoting it as a highly secure product, so either they don't know about the vulnerability, or they are behaving in a manner so unethical as to be indefensible. If informed of the vulnerability, I would expect them, at the very least, to stop promoting this product in that fashion; better still, they could issue a product recall. The manufacturer has other revenue streams, so I doubt very much any companies would need to close.
May
31
awarded  Yearling
May
31
asked Physical security - responsible disclosure
May
15
awarded  Cleanup
May
15
revised Security of passphrase-protected private key
rolled back to a previous revision
Apr
26
comment Detecting and removing Absolute persistance technology
I'm not sure what you mean by "protected". Presumably, you mean one with the Absolute rootkit removed. Anyhow, this still begs the question of how to get both a protected and unprotected X60 (for instance) in order to make such a comparison.
Apr
24
revised “No hack no fee” pen-testing agreements
added 3 characters in body
Apr
24
comment “No hack no fee” pen-testing agreements
Reworded again, to take into account above comment.
Apr
24
revised “No hack no fee” pen-testing agreements
added 71 characters in body
Apr
24
revised “No hack no fee” pen-testing agreements
added 71 characters in body
Apr
24
comment “No hack no fee” pen-testing agreements
It's about pen-testing agreements. Pen-testing is considered on-topic, and defining/understanding such agreements is considered an important part of the pen-tester's skill set by at least one established training organisation - not least because doing so effectively requires a good understanding of what pen-testing is/isn't and what it can/can't achieve. Anyhow, I'll re-word my question to explain why it's relevant to underlying security considerations.
Apr
24
revised “No hack no fee” pen-testing agreements
added 275 characters in body
Apr
24
asked “No hack no fee” pen-testing agreements