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comment What is the different between CMPV and SCEP protocol?
Please share with us some of your findings.
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comment Are backups really secure?
Tape is still the best choice today.
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reviewed No Action Needed Is a properly configured server secure against unauthorized data access?
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comment How do I ensure programs ask for permission to access the internet?
Check this question on Unix & Linux SE: unix.stackexchange.com/questions/68956/…
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comment How do I ensure programs ask for permission to access the internet?
Use man unshare to learn more.
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comment How do I ensure programs ask for permission to access the internet?
1. iftop, lsof. 2. No. 3. By launching via unshare -n .
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comment Are there any “offline” open source software with I can check my HTTPS site?
openssl s_client is the most versatile tool universally available.
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comment How can I verify if a website revoked its old SSL certificate keys?
Not the private key.
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comment Is it possible to sign/verify a key-pair?
Still not clear, I'm afraid. Why are you reinventing the wheel/PKI?
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reviewed No Action Needed How To Find Out What Software is Trying to 'Phone Home'?
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reviewed No Action Needed Can an attacker sniff physical network traffic through WiFi?
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reviewed Reviewed Is it possible to sign/verify a key-pair?
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comment Is it possible to sign/verify a key-pair?
Your system is inherently less secure than PKI due to key distribution problems... think you already know that. And yes, it is possible by resorting to PKI, but we cannot tell you how to do it since we lack details on the software you and your clients use.
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comment possible to work in IT security without doing programming?
Off-topic for the main site. Please try asking in the chat room.
Apr
15
comment Chinese or “pinyin” wordlists for dictionary attacks
Are you affiliated with the site?
Apr
15
reviewed No Action Needed How to minimize security risk when having to work with decrypted (plain text) passwords due to 3rd party API design
Apr
15
answered Is there a standard, storage algorithm or protocol for fingerprints?
Apr
15
comment Is there a standard, storage algorithm or protocol for fingerprints?
Try visiting the FBI Biospecs site: fbibiospecs.org
Apr
15
comment Is there a standard, storage algorithm or protocol for fingerprints?
You do know that fingerprints are stored with the help of wavelets, don't you?
Apr
15
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