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Oct
14
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
10
comment How to prove my Gmail has been hacked?
@JulianKnight I liked Gmails 2-factor authentication until recently when I lost my phone. Tried to go through the whole "lost my phone" process and it wouldn't let me because I couldn't authenticate through my phone... Not the most intuitive recovery process.
Nov
21
awarded  Critic
Nov
20
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Oct
17
comment Is the option to jump to blanks in password fields a security risk?
Really, if somebody gets your computer and you have a saved password the 'hacker' could use developer tools in any browser to change the input field from password to text. What I'm trying to say is that if somebody is savvy enough and has your computer, this security risk of CTRL ← doesn't really matter.
Jun
25
accepted HTML Entities to hide Email Addresses
Jun
25
asked HTML Entities to hide Email Addresses
Jan
20
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
28
asked Why are Lengthy Password Stronger Than Complex?
Jan
9
awarded  Scholar
Jan
9
accepted Portable KeePass and TrueCrypt
Jan
9
comment Portable KeePass and TrueCrypt
Would you rather me make 4 separate questions on this sub then?
Jan
9
awarded  Student
Jan
9
comment Portable KeePass and TrueCrypt
See that's what I thought but I guess what I don't quite understand when it comes to the tutorials is; Am I encrypting my Password Database File or my Entire Portable Drive?
Jan
9
awarded  Supporter
Jan
9
comment Portable KeePass and TrueCrypt
I suppose so if TrueCrypt Encryption is not common. Otherwise I don't see why Encrypting Portable Data doesn't fall under IT Security.
Jan
9
asked Portable KeePass and TrueCrypt
Jan
9
awarded  Autobiographer