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Oct
26
comment Compromised mobile device on a company network
@vibez_well Mobile devices = mobile computers
Mar
22
comment How can one recover from the Yahoo! XSS attack?
That's what I get for trying to think with little sleep. Question amended as suggested.
Jan
18
comment Where can I find statistics on security breaches?
@makerofthings7 The Symantec report is clear, well-organized and didn't require me to register for anything. Thanks!
Jan
18
comment Where can I find statistics on security breaches?
The sources they get the data from (state governments) are open, but one must request permission to use their compiled data and charts. Too bat it's not under a Creative Commons license.
Dec
4
comment Self sign SSL certificate for my mobile app?
See stackoverflow.com/questions/2899079/…
Dec
4
comment How should I select an antimalware solution?
Interestingly, G-Data uses a combination of the Avast and Bitdefender engines.
Oct
20
comment Award BIOS Security
APT - Advanced Persistent Threat
Oct
9
comment Why do so many embedded devices use shared keys?
@Polynomial My thoughts exactly. The whole situation seems a bit insane to me.
Oct
8
comment Can an attacker slow down my server without compromising it?
Yeah, I missed that bit. Sorry.
Oct
8
comment Can an attacker slow down my server without compromising it?
Why do you assume the server hasn't been compromised? I would start with the assumption that the server has indeed been compromised.
Oct
8
comment What is the purpose of a fuzzer?
@JeffFerland Updated. Please reassess.
Oct
8
comment Why do so many embedded devices use shared keys?
Ah, I see. What I was thinking of was a situation where one cares less about identity, and more about the encryption. For example, nessus generates a self signed certificate to secure its web portal logins.
Oct
8
comment Why do so many embedded devices use shared keys?
I meant the device should generate it's own key and certificate. Sorry for the ambiguity; PKI is not my specialty.