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Geek Dad, Network Security Engineer, Amateur Particle Physicist.


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answered how to experiment with BEAST attacks
Sep
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answered CGI generic sql injection
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revised How do automated systems store their keys securely?
Fixed annoying typo in title
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accepted What is the HTTP “Server” response-header field used for?
Oct
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comment What is the HTTP “Server” response-header field used for?
I could see a use for this in a development environment, but not on internet facing production systems. What benefit does it really provide to an organization to expose this information to the internet?
Oct
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comment What is the HTTP “Server” response-header field used for?
Great Answer, although, is there any benefit to exposing this information to the Internet? (public facing web applications)
Oct
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comment What is the HTTP “Server” response-header field used for?
This was my thinking as well.
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awarded  Student
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asked What is the HTTP “Server” response-header field used for?
Sep
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comment How do I know if my encryption algorithm is strong enough?
The weakest part of any "strong" encryption algorithm is the key. Secure key generation and storage is ... Key. Choose a strong encryption algorithm (AES is a good one). Then protect the key. That's your best bet.
Aug
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answered Stopping users from spoofing an IP
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comment Can someone get my WPA2 password with honeypots?
There are other related ways of taking advantage of wireless connections. hax5 pineapple