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comment Why did Poitras and Greenwald put their batteries in the fridge?
On Snowden-scale, this amount of paranoia might actually make sense. The question is whether it was for security at all.
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asked Why did Poitras and Greenwald put their batteries in the fridge?
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revised Why are self signed certificates not trusted and is there a way to make them trusted?
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comment Are there any feasible solutions/workarounds for WPA2 hole196 vulnerability as of today?
I see, thanks again. And could clients detect the presence of client isolation reliably?
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comment Are there any feasible solutions/workarounds for WPA2 hole196 vulnerability as of today?
Thanks! Just curious, could client isolation be also enforced at client level?
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asked Are there any feasible solutions/workarounds for WPA2 hole196 vulnerability as of today?
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asked Is the typical hotel wifi authentication insecure?
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comment How should I securely type a password in front of a lot of people?
DO NOT DO THAT. If you set up forwarding, compromising your work e-mail means getting full access to all accounts linked to the personal one, using the "I forgot the password" feature.
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revised How exploitable is the recent UseRoaming SSH problem?
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comment How exploitable is the recent UseRoaming SSH problem?
@SteveSether: OK, thanks. This gets me closer to understanding it. It sounds like you could put that in an answer as opposed to a comment ;)
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asked How exploitable is the recent UseRoaming SSH problem?
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comment Are there security advantages gained from forcing a website to be available from just one tab at a time?
@NeilSmithline: thanks, you read my intent correctly. :)