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answered Getting started with biometric locks?
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comment Will gmail close my well intentioned botnet account?
@Typo: I would stress that increased reliability and maintainability (and reduced time to deployment) is by far worth the expense. Just think about checking the logs between GMail (where you cannot) and doing the same on an Amazon EC2 you own. No contest. And you will very probably have to do this every time one of those 1000 PC's hiccups and you need to investigate what happened. Saving time now at the expense of more time down the road, when "now" is 1% of total, is illogical.
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comment DDoS detection system
This depends on how the DDoS is implemented. Some attacks are at TCP/IP level, some are against HTTP, some are targeted against some feature of whatever application is running on the server (if any), and some are unique and tailored to the victim. As stated, the question is way too broad.
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comment Is someone using my PHP script?
One possibility is to give it a distinctive name, and let Google index it. Then you can just google '"+ScriptName.php"' or some such. You would only access public sites with no robot exclusion protocol (or other measures) against Google, of course.
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revised Is VPN the best solution against man-in-the-middle attack?
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answered Splitting data between wifi networks for security
Mar
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comment This facebook page looks different - phishing attempt?
That looks like a different Facebook page - not yours, but of some "CityLife" group or entity, organized in a different layout from yours. If you can remember the URL you could try and see whether it matches when loaded from a safe connection. Was the wifi by any chance provided by someone related with this CityLife? If so, there are ways to redirect the initial connection to one's own page, as a sort of advertisement. Maybe that's all that has happened. Of course you still definitely do not want to trust any kindly stranger's wifi.
Feb
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comment How to hack a device if i have thier MAC address
Use a proper WiFi protection protocol (WPA2), change your passphrase and use a non-guessable one, and maybe change the SSID of the network to something like "HONEYPOT" :-). Additionally, you can turn on MAC filtering if available. Not great protection, but it's on top of the rest, and it's free.
Feb
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revised Besides MBR & BIOS, is it possible for a rootkit to stay persistant after a format of the harddrive?
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Feb
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answered How to evaluate the overall safety of a web offering?
Feb
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comment Understanding SOP in multiple tabs
Same tab, yes. As for it not being visible... that depends on the browser architecture. Whether its Javascript engine allows access to a windows array. Chances are that it would.
Feb
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answered Understanding SOP in multiple tabs
Feb
8
comment Default Encryption - A Panacea or Placebo
BTW, it had no place in my answer, but I still found very interesting your view of the AoE and perception thereof. Pity I can't upvote on LinkedIn :-)
Feb
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answered Default Encryption - A Panacea or Placebo
Jan
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comment Should I take over a compromised website from another hacker?
@kasperd, yes, you could for example "tarpit" its connections. Depending on the scanning method and system, this could even bring down the attacker's machine due to resource exhaustion.
Jan
28
answered Do webcams generates logs on operating system?
Jan
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revised Besides MBR & BIOS, is it possible for a rootkit to stay persistant after a format of the harddrive?
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revised IMG tag vulnerability
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