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Dec
9
reviewed Approve How can I detect which background application is using the camera, microphone or GPRS?
Dec
9
reviewed Approve What is setuid based script root spoofing?
Dec
9
reviewed Approve How can I protect a WordPress installation?
Dec
9
reviewed Approve Access-Control-Allow-Origin header spoofing?
Dec
9
reviewed Approve How can I avoid sending passwords in plain text when logging into a website?
Dec
8
reviewed Reject How would a keylogger bypass Wireshark sniffing?
Dec
8
answered How would a keylogger bypass Wireshark sniffing?
Dec
7
reviewed Close How do I montior exactly what a program does?
Dec
7
reviewed Close the possibility of man in the middle attack
Dec
4
reviewed Close OpenVPN Tap vs Tun Mode
Dec
3
answered Service TO Service Authentication & authorization
Dec
3
reviewed No Action Needed MD5 Algorithms in web development
Dec
3
reviewed Reject What is the difference between antivirus and firewalls
Dec
3
reviewed Approve Best practice for accessing management port of firewall
Dec
3
reviewed No Action Needed Sucuri giving false positive with their free online scanner because of an .htaccess RewriteRule
Dec
3
reviewed No Action Needed Hardware encryption for mobile data
Dec
2
comment Why is always possible to discover and exploit new zero-day vulnerabilities?
@Matrix Sandbox escapes and priv escalation vulns are available for almost every platform out there given enough cash. Sure, you can lock down a single server very tightly but then in most cases you limit the usefulness of said server. This answer is correct, it's a risk management thing.
Dec
1
reviewed Reject Site preventing user from closing tab/closing browser
Dec
1
reviewed Close What methods are there of protecting a VPS from DDOS attacks?
Dec
1
reviewed Close Are there any customizable vulnerability notification services?