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Feb
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accepted Parameters for PBKDF2 for password hashing
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comment Parameters for PBKDF2 for password hashing
@NeilSmithline was going to (now I only work on this project). And looking at the answer I started to think that this does not make sense.
Jan
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Dec
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comment Does sending credit card info over email violates PCI DSS?
@ekaj From how many online shops have you bought something (5-10 different shops? In which case it does not really matters how regularly do you shop). I also shop often, and in most of the time there is no problems at all, but sometimes rental apartments, cars, moving services ask such information. In my case this is the 4-th time in 1 year period that I have encountered this, and the company is pretty legit.
Dec
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accepted Strange logs in apache from bing/facebook
Dec
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accepted Clarification about the post: Russian hackers use ‘zero-day’ to hack NATO, Ukraine in cyber-spy campaign
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asked Does sending credit card info over email violates PCI DSS?
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Oct
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comment Clarification about the post: Russian hackers use ‘zero-day’ to hack NATO, Ukraine in cyber-spy campaign
@RoryAlsop oh, now I got it. Thank you.
Oct
14
comment Clarification about the post: Russian hackers use ‘zero-day’ to hack NATO, Ukraine in cyber-spy campaign
@RoryAlsop I know, but most interests not always agrees to what happens in the real word. There always will be people who knows something and this is exactly why I have asked the question.