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comment Are there any dangers in exposing git sha1 commit hashes?
let's say I commit, and an attacker knows the exact contents of that commit, and has the sha1. If I commit a password only in the next commit, and the attacker gets the sha1 of the next (sequental) commit, how trivial would it be to expose the password?
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asked Are there any dangers in exposing git sha1 commit hashes?
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accepted Slot machine segfault: what can we determine?
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comment Slot machine segfault: what can we determine?
I tried pressing buttons on the machine, hoping you could somehow type with them, but no luck
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comment If someone asks to borrow your phone to make a call, what could they do?
It wouldn't prevent the premium rate dial scheme if there was someone there to answer.
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accepted If someone asks to borrow your phone to make a call, what could they do?
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comment If someone asks to borrow your phone to make a call, what could they do?
For scenario #1 - which seems like the best answer, btw, is there any chance the phone owner can dispute / have these charges refunded? Do you have any links concerning this scam?
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comment If someone asks to borrow your phone to make a call, what could they do?
sure he would. his phone is in the warehouse. Jesus.
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comment If someone asks to borrow your phone to make a call, what could they do?
this actually does seem like the worst thing they could do
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asked If someone asks to borrow your phone to make a call, what could they do?