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answered Does domain privacy make a domain less secure?
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comment LDAP Authentication and Sessions
Ah the age old question on when to invalidate...
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comment ARP poisoning question
Well, being sure is a tough one. You would have to find a point in time when you /trust/ that you are'nt poisoned and monitor for changes from there. Looking at ARP request behavior and try to determine whether or not you still can trust the current state.
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revised How I can prove that SSH attacks are not from my application?
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comment How I can prove that SSH attacks are not from my application?
If possible on your system, dump the memory or at least analyze it before rebooting. See superuser.com/questions/164960/…
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answered How can I punish a hacker?
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comment Does using an http proxy completely hide my real IP address?
You may not realize it but the question, atleast for me is to broad, to be answered. A more correct question would be "Would a proxy server provide sufficient security for activity X?" And that question is also a very subjective question.