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I love antennas, wireless, and refreshing exploit-db excessively.


Oct
8
comment Why is “something you know” the weakest factor of authentication?
I think you just technically said you'd give up your "something you know" before being kidnapped and tortured. So, in your case, it would be the weakest factor.
May
1
awarded  Critic
Apr
12
answered Is it possible for someone to send a spoofed text message via iMessage to my iPhone4?
Feb
27
comment How secure is TeamViewer for simple remote support?
Join.me is a Logmein service that isn't exactly linux friendly. Something to keep in mind if you aren't in love with wine.
Feb
27
comment How do I know if my email account has been hijacked?
Where do you have your email hosted exactly?
Feb
16
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
16
awarded  Editor
Feb
12
answered Generate DB Password from license key - a good idea?
Feb
10
awarded  Analytical
Feb
5
reviewed Satisfactory Is it preferable to perform encryption using database functions or code?
Feb
5
reviewed Excellent Is it possible to boot into root's /bin/bash on a LUKS encrypted device?
Feb
5
reviewed Satisfactory Is it useful to determine the name of the server software while doing a penetration test?
Feb
4
reviewed Excellent Are man-in-the-middle attacks against p2p systems realistic?
Feb
4
reviewed Excellent How much should I care about the iOS/Android version when pentesting mobile app?
Feb
4
reviewed Satisfactory Do any DNS registrars support multi factor authentication?
Feb
4
awarded  Custodian
Feb
4
reviewed Satisfactory Future proof encryption possible in theory?
Feb
4
reviewed Satisfactory How secure is Windows 8 email authentication?
Feb
2
awarded  Teacher
Feb
2
answered is there a safe way to login to my gmail account from a public pc?