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


Jun
10
revised Site Hacked - Where to go from here?
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Jun
6
reviewed Reviewed Security of JVM for Server
Jun
5
comment Should I put a potentially insecure program online?
First thing coming to mind are the potential fork bombs and other DoS-related attacks. That's the most easily exploitable attack vector. In any case, very good question, I very much support that you're thinking of doing this in high school! High schools here should encourage people to. In any case, why don't you look at existing services like codepad.org? Perhaps you can get to ask the owner some questions (and share his answers here :)! ).
Jun
5
reviewed Leave Closed How can I monitor traffic of devices on my WiFi?
Jun
5
comment How can I monitor traffic of devices on my WiFi?
This is illegal in some countries (at least in the Netherlands, possibly Europe entirely). My parents left me very free in how I use my stuff and the internet, and so far I haven't gotten myself digitally killed yet. Educate them about how to block people online, perhaps ask what they're doing from time to time, but leave it at that.
Jun
2
reviewed Leave Open To-dos when taking over an existing webserver
Jun
2
reviewed Leave Open Is there a way to get OS X to start a VPN connection before allowing network traffic?
Jun
2
reviewed Leave Open Recover Server 2008 R2 Domain Admin Password
Jun
2
comment Recover Server 2008 R2 Domain Admin Password
@Adnan I think many questions here can be seen as disguised blackhat questions... And even if the guy turned out to be blackhat, we couldn't know that so noone can blame this site (or anyone in particular) for having helped to get his domain hacked, especially when he has not been applying patches.
Jun
2
reviewed No Action Needed Is there a way to get OS X to start a VPN connection before allowing network traffic?
May
31
revised Can your Windows or Linux username be exposed to websites?
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May
31
comment How can crackers reconstruct 200k salted password hashes so fast?
"using SHA256 (or even SHA512) is no more secure than using SHA1 or MD5 against these kind of attacks" Except that memory and data transport gets faster all the time. Better not use MD5 regardless of this current limitation. Also passwords might be cracked later, in 3 years or so. They might be much less relevant by then, but I bet at least half of them would still work.
May
31
revised Can your Windows or Linux username be exposed to websites?
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May
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revised Can your Windows or Linux username be exposed to websites?
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May
31
revised Can your Windows or Linux username be exposed to websites?
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May
31
answered Can your Windows or Linux username be exposed to websites?
May
31
comment Can the use of GPS devices leak personal identifiable information?
@Strapakowsky I was about to ask the same about the downvotes. I don't get what's wrong with the question. You are wrong in that data is sent to the GPS satellite, but it's indeed "reasonable to assume" from most people's perspective. We're all here to learn after all. So indeed, @ others, why the downvotes?
May
31
reviewed Close How do some sites detect AdBlock Plus?
May
30
comment Does Chrome OS Allow Executable Files?
@Jenny What Adnan said, and get a security guy on board. At least let an external person (someone that works at a security company) asses the situation for a short while. It doesn't sound like anyone there knows what's going on, which is the worst possible scenario.
May
30
answered CSRF Token in GET request