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


Aug
12
comment What Twitter #hashtags apply to IT Security
I would personally go with #infosec instead, much shorter (stupid twitter character limit) and everyone in the industry knows it.
Aug
9
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How to prevent BadUSB attacks on linux desktop
Aug
9
comment How to prevent BadUSB attacks on linux desktop
@user53541 tried to comment but can't due to reputation limit so he had to resort to editing to talk to us. Rejected edit, but adding comment for him: "It can't work to authorize device using interface class number, the interface device will not be created if the device is not authorized."
Aug
7
awarded  Proofreader
Aug
7
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Testing Malware in one Virtual Machine which is running side by side along with other Virtual Machines
Aug
7
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is there any hardware solution for IDS?
Aug
1
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How safe are password managers like LastPass?
Aug
1
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Can malware be dangerous even when quarantined?
Aug
1
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Is the Java programming language used for penetration testing in practice ? If so, does the same apply to C#?
Jul
31
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Security risk stemming from data passed in $_GET superglobal
Jul
31
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How do hacking groups register domains remaining anonymous?
Jul
22
reviewed Approve suggested edit on RSA vs. DSA for SSH authentication keys
Jul
20
comment Is “the oft-cited XKCD scheme […] no longer good advice”?
TL;DR use a password manager?
Jul
20
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How can I make a read-only filesystem read/write?
Jul
20
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How can I make a read-only filesystem read/write?
Jul
19
comment What defines a programming language as useful for hacking?
Bash is a scripting language, but what you are describing here is more stringing tools together than actual scripting.
Jul
19
revised Tor, PGP and Tor Entrance Nodes
added 29 characters in body
Jul
19
revised Is it theoretically possible to decrypt a file without the key/password?
added 587 characters in body
Jul
19
answered Is it theoretically possible to decrypt a file without the key/password?
Jul
19
comment How can my employer be a man-in-the-middle when I connect to Gmail?
"certificate 028CA85E6765" Yeah I thought the same. Trouble is, Google uses dozens of certificates. Why they go through the trouble of having many certificates at the same time even if most of them are nowhere near expiring is a mystery to me, but they do. I think the best thing to do is compare fingerprints from the CA.