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Jun
17
answered Why not use weak passwords?
Jun
16
comment Is it possible to read files in a mobile phone for carriers through mobile network alone?
They may still be able to turn on data service remotely, but unless someone put a back door in to the phone's OS, then there wouldn't be a way to access it. It depends how much you trust the OS/Phone manufacturer. I'm aware of carriers installing tools on phones, not so aware of phone makers doing it on unlocked devices though.
Jun
16
reviewed Leave Open What college majors are suitable for a career in security?
Jun
16
reviewed Close Can TrueCrypt encrypt SSDs without performance problems?
Jun
16
answered Can I prevent my neighbors, whom I pay for shared internet (wifi), from seeing the sites I've visited?
Jun
16
answered Is it possible to read files in a mobile phone for carriers through mobile network alone?
Jun
16
answered Two-factor authentication Without Mobile Phone
Jun
13
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
12
answered Is it ethical to use ReCAPTCHA to decode house addresses?
Jun
12
reviewed No Action Needed Beating CSRF using Tokens
Jun
12
reviewed Close My command prompt opens itself periodically and closes itself immediately afterwards. It either displays nothing or displays this message:
Jun
12
reviewed Close Identity theft from ubuntu machine?
Jun
12
reviewed Reviewed Creative vulnerabilities in unix eval command
Jun
12
reviewed No Action Needed Most secure password hash algorithm(s)?
Jun
11
answered What does the pgp public key length depend on?
Jun
11
reviewed Close Cracking a web form based logon with hydra
Jun
11
reviewed Close HTTPS still NSA-safe?
Jun
11
reviewed Leave Open how long do lowercase alphabets-only passwords have to be to match more complex ones?
Jun
11
answered how long do lowercase alphabets-only passwords have to be to match more complex ones?