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accepted SSL - Null Prefix Attacks Still Possible?
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comment SSL - Null Prefix Attacks Still Possible?
Great answer thank you
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revised SSL - Null Prefix Attacks Still Possible?
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asked SSL - Null Prefix Attacks Still Possible?
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comment Should I put a potentially insecure program online?
If you can at all port it to Unix/Linux then run it in a "chroot jail" that could help a lot. For an added layer of security deny the programs network access when possible. Lastly try Cloud hosting through AWS or Azure that way if something does go wrong its not your network that gets hit.
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answered Is there any SQL injection for this PHP login example?
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comment If someone steals my laptop while I'm logged in, how can I protect my browser?
With physical access (assuming intelligent criminals) your only hope is a drive wiping "trap"..... On second thought full disk encryption would do some good but not for the situation you posed.
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comment Can robots.txt for your face be made effective?
You asked this very oddly, but not entirely in a bad way
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answered Security difference in wardriving open network versus monitoring traffic on a network to which I am authenticated
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