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Apr
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comment Is there additional security value in using passwords with words or phrases in non-English languages?
IDifference comes in with SALT I do agree though, I have seen 14 character passwords alphanumeric be cracked in minutes thus aim to be an over achiever e.g. SP0T5Dot$JumP1N90v3r
Apr
8
answered Is there additional security value in using passwords with words or phrases in non-English languages?
Apr
8
comment Use additional “password” in Referer to hide private site?
Agreed just not so sue cross site scripting is indeed the answer, as then you need a damb strong encyption layer to avoid mitm attacks.
Apr
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Apr
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answered WPS vulnerability scanning for handshakes to detect the attack
Apr
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Apr
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revised Use additional “password” in Referer to hide private site?
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Apr
8
comment Preventing a spoofing man in the middle attack?
Best prevention is awareness and testing, SET is a good tool, MITM is a good tool and well informed policies. But most ssl encrypted traffic can't easily be properly captured. But how do you ensure your in the most catagory, regular testing with tools as previously mentioned by myself and Rory MITM
Apr
8
comment Does Verizon Wireless LTE network have intrusion prevention capabilities?
These days all isp's have both ips and ids systems of some sort as a general standard. As Ruief said it is applicable to all communication types as they hit the same control boxes and mainframes
Apr
8
answered Use additional “password” in Referer to hide private site?