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Nov
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to keep Mac secure from viruses, malware and keyloggers?
Nov
25
comment How to keep Mac secure from viruses, malware and keyloggers?
hum, and isn't that what I answered in the first two paragraphs???
Nov
25
comment How to keep Mac secure from viruses, malware and keyloggers?
if he did ask about security holes explitable by 3rd parts, I would agree with you. He asked about software that comes with keyloggers, virus...
Nov
25
answered How to keep Mac secure from viruses, malware and keyloggers?
Nov
13
reviewed No Action Needed Securing multiple connections with different protocols all together
Nov
12
awarded  Custodian
Nov
12
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is it useful to protect hashed password with encryption?
Oct
24
answered Storing passwords and other data for coworkers
Oct
24
comment Are the SS64.com password generators a good approach?
Those passwords will fail on those sites that require at least one symbol. The Base64 will only represent a-z, A-Z and numbers, since the + and / will be replaced by E and a.
Oct
18
awarded  Custodian
Oct
10
answered Does any PXE/Full disk encryption password concept like this exist?
Sep
26
answered Why is /dev/random so slow on Linux?
Sep
25
answered Does a rewritten file on NTFS use the same blocks?
Sep
25
comment Detecting Steganography in images
some "steganography" softwares don't just hide information inside less-significant bits, they append data to the end of the file, or they use fields like "comments" to store the data, or they increase the bits-per-pixel... not good techniques, but they are done.
Sep
23
comment Offloading private key operations to a trusted device
Used javacards few years ago, could make them perform simple tasks, but the time/play fun ratio wasn't good. :)
Sep
20
answered Offloading private key operations to a trusted device
Sep
20
comment Biometric non revocable major flaw
Yes, some body parts can be glued back... hands, face and even... hum... Bobbit
Sep
11
comment How can you I detect low frequency brute forcing over multiple connections?
sorry, what I meant was against only one login, or against many different logins (even ones that don't exist)? But I already answered, I think
Sep
11
answered How can you I detect low frequency brute forcing over multiple connections?
Sep
11
comment How can you I detect low frequency brute forcing over multiple connections?
You mean lots of attempts to one specific login, or to combinations of login/password?