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Software Engineering student. Also interested in computer networking and security. For contact info, see lucb1e.com/!about


May
11
comment Record IP pseudonymously?
In short, I'd drop the last 8 bits from an IPv4 address (IPv6 is different, I could elaborate in an answer). If under DoS attack, make a note of the exact IP address or addresses and block those.
May
11
comment Record IP pseudonymously?
"IP addresses aren't usually considered private information" YMMV. It depends on the country, person and even context. I personally do consider an IP relatively private information. To make them more anonymous, I see no reason why you can't drop the most identifying bits, depending on the context that may be the last 8 or 16 bits of an IPv4 address.
May
11
reviewed Approve Can a sysadmin spy on a Wifi connection?
May
10
reviewed Approve Record IP pseudonymously?
May
10
reviewed Approve How to effectivily block torrents on my network?
May
10
reviewed Approve How to identify hashing algorithm
May
9
reviewed Approve What can a web application developer do to protect user information from powerful adversaries like the NSA or China
May
9
reviewed Approve PRF, IKE and hash function
May
9
reviewed Approve Ads appearing in our application when they should not be
May
7
reviewed Approve How does a root kit work inside a virtual machine?
May
7
reviewed Approve Why refresh CSRF token per form request?
May
4
comment Are passwords safe to send through POST, without SSL in a iOS app?
No. Definitely not. For free SSL certificates, see startssl.com
May
4
comment TextSecure protocol
Didn't Bruce Schneier once say that it's mathematically solid, and that if there is a flaw in it then it's in the implementation? Or was that about otr, I don't remember...
May
3
reviewed Approve What is a next generation IDS?
May
2
reviewed Reject Should I hash a password if it is randomly generated
Apr
30
reviewed Leave Open Is nc -l unexploitable?
Apr
30
comment Is nc -l unexploitable?
People who downvote, explain? Because I thought "wtf" when someone asked about cat, but there were really great answers and in short, yes, that was exploitable. Why downvote asking asking the same about netcat? It could totally be used as internet-facing application (I have). There are close votes for 'unclear' and 'too broad' right now. Especially for the former, you really should leave a comment. It even says in the comment placeholder "Use comments to ask for more information or suggest improvements." You could ask for clarification or try to narrow the scope.
Apr
26
reviewed Approve PHP files browsable: is this a vulnerability?
Apr
22
reviewed Approve Encrypting files in .NET?
Apr
22
reviewed Edit Will http only cookie work while using chrome bandwidth saving feature in Android?