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bio website f-hauri.ch
location Switzerland
age 49
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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!


Feb
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revised How to detect KeyLogger on Mac OS X ?
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Feb
12
answered How to detect KeyLogger on Mac OS X ?
Feb
9
comment My website has been hacked, what do i do next?
Please, one question at a time.
Feb
9
awarded  Enthusiast
Feb
8
answered February 7th 2013 Facebook integration error implications
Feb
8
revised How to avoid to lose data encrypted because it was encrypted by no longer supported software?
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Feb
8
answered How to avoid to lose data encrypted because it was encrypted by no longer supported software?
Feb
8
comment How to avoid to lose data encrypted because it was encrypted by no longer supported software?
Use open sources softwares! (And store sources too! ;)
Feb
6
comment Why are vulnerabilities and lack of security possible in computers?
I think, other answer could take a book and won't be as right has them from @JeffFerland !
Feb
6
revised How do I know a piece of software only does what the author claims?
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Feb
6
answered How do I know a piece of software only does what the author claims?
Feb
5
comment Good ways to prevent spammers from registering
Flagging implie timeout, while IPs may be dynamic. At all, flagging an IP could lead such grouped use of IP (like cybercafe, for sample) in a DOS state.
Feb
5
revised Good ways to prevent spammers from registering
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Feb
5
comment Are file permissions set in Unix/Linux effective in Windows or Any other OS?
Depending on how physical access exist, you're right. In this case, encryption level could do the job. (@Akam one word won't be accepted as an anser, by SE ;-).
Feb
5
answered Good ways to prevent spammers from registering
Feb
5
comment Good ways to prevent spammers from registering
A bot could do OCR! At all I could'nt tell the answer (error token is "*3\*8*") :-(
Feb
5
revised Are file permissions set in Unix/Linux effective in Windows or Any other OS?
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Feb
5
answered Are file permissions set in Unix/Linux effective in Windows or Any other OS?
Feb
4
revised Good, simple list of reasons that email is inherently insecure
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Feb
4
answered Good, simple list of reasons that email is inherently insecure