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Sep
11
comment Unauthorized activity on port 3389
You don't "detect activity on port 3389" with mouse movements. You do it with monitoring tools. Do you have any related output of those or do you automagically assume "mouse movement = scary cracker on RDP"?
Sep
11
answered MiTM, can a binary file be changed or swapped enroute
Sep
11
awarded  Critic
Sep
11
comment How to check if someone is in my computer
Is you mouse wireless? If you only experience random mouse movements, I'd first think about either interference, dirty optical sensor or any other mechanical damage to the mouse, not about someone strange that enjoys controlling your PC just to randomly move mouse.
Aug
31
answered Current best practices to prevent persistent XSS attacks
Aug
30
comment Requiring regular password change but storing previous paswords?
@ewanm89, I consider this part of 'more information about real "in-the-wild" passwords'. I've added a little clarification.
Aug
30
revised Requiring regular password change but storing previous paswords?
added 24 characters in body
Aug
30
answered Requiring regular password change but storing previous paswords?
Aug
8
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jul
31
awarded  Teacher
Jul
31
awarded  Editor
Jul
31
revised Custom font protection?
added 107 characters in body
Jul
31
answered Custom font protection?
Jul
31
comment “Username and/or Password Invalid” - Why do websites show this kind of message instead of informing the user which one was wrong?
Even if system allows to check if account exists in some other way, this would still slow down bruteforcing by amount of those requests.
Jun
21
awarded  Supporter