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accepted How to change font so simillar characters can be distinguished in Keepass 2?
Jan
17
asked How to change font so simillar characters can be distinguished in Keepass 2?
Jan
12
comment How do shared IP addresses work and do they give privacy?
So a shared IP address is always accomplished through NAT?
Jan
11
comment Does password protecting an archived file actually encrypt it?
+1 I was actually thinking about that. So what is used instead of truecrypt now?
Jan
11
revised How do shared IP addresses work and do they give privacy?
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Jan
11
accepted Google Calendar has events that I didn't create and it's not shared
Jan
11
asked How do shared IP addresses work and do they give privacy?
Jan
11
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
21
comment How The Sony Hack Was Traced, and So Quickly?
I red that while it's suspected the DPRK is behind the hack, it's actually unclear which country the hack was launched from. I don't know how this could work. If I find the news article again I'll post it.
Dec
21
asked Does encrypting a file make it larger?
Dec
16
awarded  Autobiographer
Dec
12
awarded  Famous Question
Dec
9
comment Computer hasn't been connected to internet for 2 weeks
@Izam it would be connected through a router doing NAT
Dec
7
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
5
comment Is data-remanence a concern in RAM?
thanks it works now
Dec
5
comment Is data-remanence a concern in RAM?
@Kromey it seems that link is dead
Dec
5
comment Is data-remanence a concern in RAM?
Wouldn't the programs you give as examples be designed for it, for example it is possible to set up interprocess communication or have threads to communicate with each other but that's a design that has to be intentionally coded (for example a debugger probably has some access to the programs memory because it is the parent of the child process).
Dec
5
comment Is data-remanence a concern in RAM?
Your second paragraph I find a bit hard to follow. I segmentation fault will occur if a process tries to read memory not belonging to it, the memory management unit would see to that. Are you saying sometimes there can be a bug and a fault doesn't occur and it can be read?
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