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Jul
24
awarded  Constituent
Jul
24
reviewed Approve How can I find the origin of an IP address for a relayed IP?
Jul
15
reviewed Approve Is it technically possible to configure two different SSL certificates for the same domain?
Jul
14
awarded  Caucus
Jul
10
reviewed Approve OpenSSL implementation vulnerabilities vs TLS 1.0 holes
Jul
9
reviewed Approve Sensitive information rendered into inline static javascript object vulnerability if user saves HTML page
Jul
7
comment Does a solution exist for transferring large files across a network that is faster, yet just as secure as scp?
Even if you send encrypted tarballs you have to be concerned about the service's password passing over the wire unencrypted as in the case of faster FTP.
Jul
7
comment Securely hide a directory from the OS using java?
By hiding the directory from any OS do you mean the OS running the program as well? In other words are you creating an application based file system unavailable to the running OS?
Jul
7
reviewed Approve How does malicious software encrypt victims' files?
Jul
2
accepted Should I be concerned at the lack for transparency by Microsoft which quietly added 17 root certs?
Jul
1
reviewed Approve Identify encryption algorithm for .enc files
Jul
1
reviewed Approve Rainbow tables/hash tables versus WPA/WPA2
Jul
1
comment Should I be concerned at the lack for transparency by Microsoft which quietly added 17 root certs?
Thanks give me that with a reference or two and I will happily accept it.
Jul
1
asked Should I be concerned at the lack for transparency by Microsoft which quietly added 17 root certs?
Jul
1
reviewed Approve How does process migration work in Meterpreter
Jun
30
reviewed Approve Why is shared less secure than open when it comes to WEP?
Jun
29
reviewed Approve Forcing EAP-TLS 1.2 authentication with FreeRadius and OpenSSL
Jun
25
comment How are leaked government credentials possible and what's the point?
ghOst this forum spends a lot of time discussing password strength which is related to breaking password hashes. If you hear a discussion about good and bad passwords and password complexity then you are hearing a discussion about how fast a hash can be resolved to plain text. Losing hashes is a bad thing especially for uses with weak passwords...
Jun
25
reviewed Approve How to measure the integrity of the OS (Linux)?
Jun
23
reviewed Approve Why can't reverse engineering be automated?