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Jan
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comment Is an ATM alert system triggered by typing the PIN in reverse a secure solution?
Novice users have one pin, others will have two pin. If 10% of users are safer with this technology, this will be a success, I guess.
Jan
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comment Is an ATM alert system triggered by typing the PIN in reverse a secure solution?
@RoryAlsop, Yes, but this is usability vs. security problem. Not every technology is used by everyone
Jan
17
comment Detection and analysis of unknown malware
he says an unknown virus, I guess he meant zero day. If it is zero day then its signiture is new. so virus total most probably wont help
Jan
17
comment Detecting malware hidden in P2P traffic
why -1? This is definitely helpful, I think the one giving -1 never do research in his/her life!!!
Jan
17
awarded  Student
Jan
17
answered Secure internet access while traveling
Jan
17
comment Secure internet access while traveling
Instead of killing the virtual machine, you can take a snapshot and go back to that point at the end of your use.
Jan
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Jan
17
revised Analyzing Network Anomalies for Malicious events
edited title
Jan
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comment Analyzing Network Anomalies for Malicious events
Thanks for the edit
Jan
16
answered Is an ATM alert system triggered by typing the PIN in reverse a secure solution?
Jan
16
answered How should I select which antivirus software to install on my new laptop?
Jan
16
comment Building my own Darkspace
Thanks Jack for selecting me :) By the way, I dont know if my solution has weaknesses
Jan
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comment Building my own Darkspace
I actually dont know how to create that but I have a better idea, I guess. For example, you have 256 IP and in your network you have 200 IP allocated. Then you will have 56 IP which are not allocated. If you have a liveIPs table, which maybe hourly updated by sending each IP a ping, then you will have 56 IP unallocated for that specific time. If somebody sends a packet to one of 256 IP, then it send one of your darkspace IP
Jan
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answered Building my own Darkspace
Jan
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answered Detecting malware hidden in P2P traffic
Jan
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awarded  Supporter
Jan
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awarded  Custodian
Jan
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comment Analyzing Network Anomalies for Malicious events
only reboot wont say anything but if we listen traffic of a host for one month and find out the host slowed down for some percentage for the last 5 days, then we may be able to consider that issue more. with some more addition we may say something about infection or some other thing
Jan
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comment Analyzing Network Anomalies for Malicious events
no my professor asks for what would be the advantage of doing that, for our project?