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Feb
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revised Open Root File Using Other Users “.bashrc -> .profile”
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Feb
8
revised Criteria for Evaluating Static Analysis Tools
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Feb
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revised My school wants to keep the details of our door authentication system a secret. Is that a good idea?
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Jan
19
revised How to make / dump contents of memory for forensics analysis?
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Jan
17
revised Proving an action was done at an exact time - a posteriori
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Jan
17
revised What is the etymology of “Salt” in relation to password storage?
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Jan
17
revised What browsing history exactly would police have under proposed UK law change? Plain english
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Dec
31
revised Feeding /dev/random entropy pool?
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Dec
24
revised Can Simultaneous Logins Occur When Two Users Have Both Pieces Of Two-Factor Authentication Information?
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Dec
22
revised Does PCI compliance really reduce risk and improve security?
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Dec
10
revised Choosing between SSH and HTTPS for executing script using McAfee ESM Nitro
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Dec
10
revised How does t-mobile's secureauthentication Twitter app work?
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Dec
10
revised attack on port 80
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Dec
10
revised How to get computer name and ip address when someone logs in to my gmail account?
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Dec
8
revised When can I commit an OpenSSL Certificate (.pem) to source control?
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Nov
17
revised Which is the best way to sanitize user input in PHP?
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Nov
17
revised The purpose of escaping html entities
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Nov
17
revised Input validation: how to do it if I must accept HTML as part of my input?
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Nov
17
revised Uncontrolled Format String Vulnerability in JavaScript
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Nov
17
revised Is there a name for this flawed way of thinking about security?
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