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Nov
20
comment How do personal/private cloud products work?
Right so wouldn't a phone connecting remotely to the NAS required forwarded ports on the router? Or would this be the regularly pinging approach?
Nov
20
comment How do personal/private cloud products work?
In scenario #2 would this somehow make your home network a target by exposing it to the internet? Or would their server only hand over the IP address after some sort of challenge response (ie username/password) is entered?
Nov
20
comment How do personal/private cloud products work?
Yea I guess that makes sense, if you can disconnect from their online service.
Nov
19
asked How do personal/private cloud products work?
Nov
19
accepted How to know when to install a certificate?
Nov
19
comment How to know when to install a certificate?
@StackzOfZtuff done
Nov
19
revised How to know when to install a certificate?
copy/paste contents of certificate
Nov
19
comment How to know when to install a certificate?
@Stephane what security/privacy risks does this have on my part?
Nov
19
comment How to know when to install a certificate?
@StackzOfZtuff how can I get it to you?
Nov
19
comment How to know when to install a certificate?
@StackzOfZtuff I'm connected through proxy
Nov
19
comment How to know when to install a certificate?
@StackzOfZtuff done
Nov
19
revised How to know when to install a certificate?
added screen shot
Nov
19
asked How to know when to install a certificate?
Nov
18
comment when to escape user input
I've been looking for the basic definition of 'escaping' and haven't found one. So simply put escaping is a technique to ensure a string is interpreted as just a string and not run as code?
Nov
14
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Nov
14
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Nov
13
comment Sanitize computer after Homeland Security seizure
This is why there should be an off site backup hanselman.com/blog/TheComputerBackupRuleOfThree.aspx
Nov
13
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Nov
13
comment How do programs like keepass protect their data even when it's loaded into RAM?
You sure? The statement "stored encryptedly in process memory." makes it sound like they are somehow encrypted in RAM.
Nov
12
comment How do programs like keepass protect their data even when it's loaded into RAM?
That's kind of what I'm asking, how does KeePass store encrypted process in memory? It must be displayed in it's raw form to the user somewhere e.g. the column named 'credit card' would in fact say 'credit card'.