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comment Can data be tampered with after expert clones a drive?
Investigations are often conducted without the consent of the person being investigated, it's the nature of law enforcement. What does that have to do with the question?
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answered How separated should a management VLAN be from the production VLAN?
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comment The router blocks my computer at a certain hour
Your father probably wants you to go to bed at a decent hour, have you thought to just talk to him?
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comment Unsubscribe safely
How you mark as spam depends on the program you use and your email provider.
Jun
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answered Unsubscribe safely
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comment How can I scan open ports through Windows Firewall?
The point of a firewall is that you can't scan ports!
Jun
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comment How to prevent smurf attack?
Try using netstat -o to find out which process is sending UDP 2054, then investigate that process
Jun
8
comment Are Skype drive-by attacks theoretically possible?
There's nothing out there that could scan your system for APTs with any level of confidence. If you have any reason to believe you've been successfully hacked all you can really do is re-build your system. It sounds pretty unlikely though.
Jun
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comment Are Skype drive-by attacks theoretically possible?
Are you kidding? It's called an Antivirus!
Jun
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answered Are Skype drive-by attacks theoretically possible?
Jun
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comment Can VPNs prevent information from being stolen by keyloggers screen readers?
Nothing is redirected, the malware is not intercepting network traffic, it's creating its own. Keyloggers and screen grabbers do not piggy back on other connections, they open their own connections to send data, usually using common web protocols.
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answered Can VPNs prevent information from being stolen by keyloggers screen readers?
May
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comment How do Travel Sentry locks work? (supposedly openable only by security agencies)
They don't work really, they are absolutely useless. You could get into one with a bent paper clip.
May
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answered What is Logjam and how do I prevent it?
May
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revised Social Engineering and Police Officers
fixed grammar
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answered My wifi has been hacked
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answered Why don't we reward users who choose strong passwords?