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Student; manufactured 2 decades ago; interested in computer security and software engineering.


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comment SIP DoS classifications
Thanks! As for why, it's a community guideline (see "Provide context for links"). I do see your point though!
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comment How to prevent swapping on Mac osx?
The question is about swapping, not about information security. It just so happens to be about Tails, but it could have been any other OS. Voting to move to SuperUser.
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comment SIP DoS classifications
It's recommended to highlight the most important parts of the article you linked in case the link goes dead.
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answered Can this text be figured out?
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awarded  Constituent
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reviewed Approve Securing SQL injection for my PHP files
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reviewed Approve AV isn't dead, so why network appliances differ in handling malicious code
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reviewed Approve Can I collect wireless packets using Wireshark while being connected to the Internet via cable?
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awarded  Caucus
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reviewed Approve How do I find vulnerabilities in software?
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comment How does the password become 30,000 times stronger?
@JekwA Using 7-bit ASCII, I count 127-32=95 printable characters. Minus 10 digits and 52 letters (uppercase and lowercase), you get 33 special characters, which includes space. Excluding space you have 32 special characters. Both get close to 30,000 (one above, one below).
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comment How does the password become 30,000 times stronger?
@user80723 No, it's just ones and zeros to the computer. The byte 00111000 (which we read as 8) is the same to a computer as the byte 00100001 (which we read as !).
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revised How does the password become 30,000 times stronger?
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revised How does the password become 30,000 times stronger?
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answered How does the password become 30,000 times stronger?
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comment Is writing to /dev/null secure?
@ott-- sure, though it's sort of inconvenient if every user overwrites the file (stdout > /dev/null) instead of appending. That's why I made it a fifo... but of course you're right :)
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answered Is writing to /dev/null secure?
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reviewed Approve is computrace a permanent backdoor?
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reviewed Approve Intercepting AJAX request and response using BURP
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reviewed Approve What are some ways to spot email spoof attacks?