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Apr
7
awarded  Critic
Apr
4
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
8
comment Can biometric photos / finger prints be forged when they are taken by a human?
Do you have a resource (paper / repositiory / blog article,...) which explains how typing patterns can be used?
Mar
8
comment Can biometric photos / finger prints be forged when they are taken by a human?
How can retina scans / voice recognition be fooled when a human is standing next to the machine / tested person and making sure no speakers / images are used?
Mar
8
revised Can biometric photos / finger prints be forged when they are taken by a human?
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Mar
8
asked Can biometric photos / finger prints be forged when they are taken by a human?
Feb
29
comment How can I prevent Ubuntu from automatically using an USB keyboard?
@Matthew I'm not saying this can solve all possible problems. For laptops, USB keyboards should probably not be connected automatically at all. For desktop computers without a PS/2 port, the user has to make sure there is only a USB keyboard (and no other USB device) connected.
Feb
29
asked How can I prevent Ubuntu from automatically using an USB keyboard?
Jan
23
comment Does a Virtual Machine stop malware from doing harm?
@Basic Very interesting! Could you give a reference for one which does so (e.g. a news article / paper)?
Oct
21
accepted Attack vector, attack surface, vulnerability, exploit: Where is the difference?
Oct
15
awarded  Yearling
Oct
14
comment Should I format storage after buying it?
So, formatting helps in some cases but definitely not in all. Is that what you're saying? What if I don't expect to be targeted?
Oct
14
revised Should I format storage after buying it?
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Oct
14
asked Should I format storage after buying it?
Jul
14
awarded  Caucus
Jun
29
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
4
comment Attack vector, attack surface, vulnerability, exploit: Where is the difference?
So the attack vector might be "sql injection" and the exploit is then the browser? I thought in case of sql injections the exploit would be "unsantized user data" or something like this?
Jun
4
asked Attack vector, attack surface, vulnerability, exploit: Where is the difference?
May
29
awarded  Yearling
May
29
accepted Can attackers get anything with DoS attacks except crashing the service?