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I'm an old open-source independent hacker,

concerned about concepts of ethical hacking, teaching and sharing.

I like to play with shell, perl, lisp (sometime), sed and lot of other languages/environments.

Co-system administrator in several configurations, after various SMEs, I like to sometimes take time to focus on methods that I can improve or re-create (for example to change the level of abstraction).

In this, surfing on differents StackExchange's sites is a good way to boost my inspiration!


Apr
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comment Can “cat-ing” a file be a potential security risk?
Hmmm I agree, @mr.spuratic's answer is rich. But I bring useable tools to make tests easier, (hope you've tried it)... Anyway I got my 1st gold medal \@SO with this answer! So it's good! ;-). ( P.S: If some problems with function, maybe playing with timeout (-t .01) parameter could help )
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Apr
24
answered Which is more secure - a VPN, a proxy-server, Tor, etc.? And why so, exactly?
Apr
24
comment Which is more secure - a VPN, a proxy-server, Tor, etc.? And why so, exactly?
You already have at least two question in title!
Apr
24
comment “No hack no fee” pen-testing agreements
... Or maybe about an amount... For that kind of challenge, the amount of money have to be very attractive! Anyway, this has nothing to do with IT security... I agree with @RoryAlsop!
Apr
24
comment Which is more secure - a VPN, a proxy-server, Tor, etc.? And why so, exactly?
Wow! There is a lot of different questions in one! Please ask many question of simplify our one. What's the main one??
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Apr
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comment Can “cat-ing” a file be a potential security risk?
@IvanKovacevic Yes, see my addendum. ( My first answer was too quick. sorry ;)
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Mar
22
comment How secure is my system?
Good question! Go forward in continuing to ask this (even to yourself)! You're on the right way!
Mar
22
comment Does Tor Hidden Service Protocol provide more threat protection than a standard HTTPS session?
Bank's IT prefer to delegate security responsabilities to experimented pro (like CISCO)... This means: There are very few IT admin in banks, that know how SSL do work... Unfortunately.
Mar
19
comment Generate Passphrase from the data & encrypted data
When you say generate did you mean retrieve?