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Apr
21
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
14
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
8
comment Port scanning on server
man nmap is your friend.
Apr
5
answered Is appending plaintext to salt equally safe as appending salt to plaintext
Apr
5
answered Should I use random usernames for a MySQL database?
Mar
25
awarded  Good Answer
Mar
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
24
answered Can the ransomware encryption key be derived from comparing encrypted and unencrypted files?
Mar
16
awarded  encryption
Mar
10
answered Notifying users of a possible security breach
Mar
10
comment Is it possible to fake incoming IP?
This answer just isn't right, you can't use IP spoofing to establish a TCP connection.
Mar
10
answered Is it possible to fake incoming IP?
Mar
9
reviewed Edit Is AES 128 encryption weak for very small payload size?
Mar
9
revised Is AES 128 encryption weak for very small payload size?
Fixing spelling/grammar, adding encryption tag
Feb
28
awarded  Guru
Feb
25
revised How can I know if my PC is getting infected?
corrected spelling error
Feb
24
answered Unknown process on my ubuntu machine communicating over multiple ports with UDP proto
Feb
15
revised Is there a way to use public mail and not to enable the provider to see its content?
improved the answer.
Feb
15
comment Is there a way to use public mail and not to enable the provider to see its content?
I meant encode and not encrypt @PriyankGupta. You could use a code or markup system to change the content of the email, not necessarily encryption. I'll edit to make that clear.
Feb
15
reviewed Reject Is there a way to use public mail and not to enable the provider to see its content?