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Jul
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awarded  Notable Question
Jun
20
revised “No identity information” alert on gmail
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Jun
20
answered “No identity information” alert on gmail
Apr
11
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
11
comment Is saving passwords in Chrome as safe as using LastPass if you leave it signed in?
From a practical perspective, the most common way to exfiltrate data for a malicious client-side program running with user trust is to (1) capture keystrokes, and (2) send them to a remote server. Both LastPass and Chrome (and any other system involving passwords whatsoever) are wholly and completely vulnerable to this technique. You type your password and you're owned.
Apr
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revised Is saving passwords in Chrome as safe as using LastPass if you leave it signed in?
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Apr
10
answered Is saving passwords in Chrome as safe as using LastPass if you leave it signed in?
Mar
20
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
24
awarded  Yearling
Jan
24
revised What are the major security concerns for smartphones?
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Jan
24
comment What are the major security concerns for smartphones?
Looks like you beat me by 1 minute talking about root stuff :) FGITW!
Jan
24
answered What are the major security concerns for smartphones?
Jan
23
comment Apparently PayPal-affiliated site with very suspect security
Is it normal for two different EV certificates (for two different domains on .com) to have the same serial number but a different OU and O? How would this be possible? Maybe they have some kind of special agreement with Verisign only available to the largest of corporations (PayPal certainly qualifies as large)?
Jan
22
comment Apparently PayPal-affiliated site with very suspect security
I just made a new In-Private Tab in Firefox (thus, not using any of my main browser's cookies) and still was able to get in without entering a valid email. Not sure why you are seeing something different. Might be the restrictive proxy I'm using for web access, but in that case, the question becomes, why would a restrictive proxy allow you through, unless it's doing client-side validation :P
Jan
22
awarded  Editor
Jan
22
revised Apparently PayPal-affiliated site with very suspect security
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Jan
22
asked Apparently PayPal-affiliated site with very suspect security
Jan
15
awarded  Teacher
Jan
15
answered Is it possible for a third party to sniff data off the line to an ISP and determine what the user is doing?
Dec
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awarded  Talkative