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awarded  Notable Question
May
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comment Managing multiple SSH private keys for a team
Hem yes, even if you need to keep root access without password for administrative scripts, having separated account for each sysadmin is mostly a good practice. Of couse, each sysadmin who have access to sudo could install his own backdoor. You have to keep this in mind.
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revised Managing multiple SSH private keys for a team
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May
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comment Managing multiple SSH private keys for a team
Read The Linux System Administrator's Guide for further docs.
May
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revised Managing multiple SSH private keys for a team
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May
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answered Managing multiple SSH private keys for a team
Mar
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revised Which hard disk encryptions schemes are tied to the original hardware?
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Mar
23
answered How to transform an hash into a usable password?
Mar
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comment Easy explanation of SSL client certificates for a developer
You must keep in mind user is stupid enough! And no: they could even be already hacked and mitm authority cert already pushed in his trusted list... The real problem is that your server will register mitm client cert!
Mar
22
comment Does Wifi encryption create a private tunnel between the adapter and the accesspoint?
I want to answer "No", but.. Body must be at least 30 characters...
Mar
22
answered Easy explanation of SSL client certificates for a developer
Mar
22
revised A person knows my IP address: how to save my data and address?
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Mar
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answered A person knows my IP address: how to save my data and address?
Mar
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comment uploading photos to cloud from an infected device
Is the cloud already virus free?
Mar
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answered multiple private keys for single public key
Feb
28
answered What's to stop someone from just MITMing a checksum?
Feb
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answered Is “password knocking” a good idea?
Feb
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revised Linux-based Turla trojan
Add idea of sending process stats to bayesian tool from alphanet
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comment Linux-based Turla trojan
I've edited my answer, adding a checklist. Please have a look and feel free to comment.