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Jan
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comment Business systems development (.NET, Java) vs IT Security Field, salary/future perspective
What's the point of never ending education and working for the rest of your life if one doesn't "pick what he likes more"?
Dec
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awarded  Nice Question
Dec
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answered How to guarantee that password is hashed on server-side?
Dec
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awarded  Nice Question
Dec
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comment Why do we even use passwords / passphrases next to biometrics?
Well, I could counter your statement (retina and medical conditions) with - passwords and Alzheimer. IMHO, the vast majority of people could use biometrics without any problem at all.
Oct
5
comment Is it still unsafe to email credit card number nowadays?
Send CCN by e-mail and CCV by SMS or vice versa? Well, if encryption is no-go.
Oct
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awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
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Sep
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comment Which forensic techniques should I use to identify intrusion or monitoring of my computer or cellphone
If we tell you, we'll have to kill you!
Sep
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awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
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revised Getting rid of a large quantity of paper
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Sep
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answered Getting rid of a large quantity of paper
Sep
10
accepted Literature about IT security from a hardware standpoint
Sep
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comment Literature about IT security from a hardware standpoint
Did you read it? I got that impression by looking at table of context. I'm definitely going to buy it (40$ for over 1000 pages book), just not sure is this what I'm looking for.
Sep
8
comment Literature about IT security from a hardware standpoint
Well, chapters 3 (Protocols) and 4 (Access Control) sound interesting but the book itself seems to be written for managers, not for IT (security) professionals.
Sep
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asked Literature about IT security from a hardware standpoint
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Aug
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comment How would you store a 4 digit pin code securely in the database?
Even if input device allows one try per minute (which is pretty unacceptable and frustrating for end user), attacker would only need one week to try all combinations. Isn't that little bit too weak protection?
Aug
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revised Password entropy in layman's terms
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