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Aug
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awarded  Commentator
Aug
24
comment Why do we still use keys to start cars? why not passwords?
Actually, it is 12345.
Jul
3
comment Unsubscribe safely
There are phishing emails, that looks like a "good" spam. For example, I had one that looks like an email from linkedin
Jun
13
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
19
accepted How is using acces() opening a security hole?
Sep
19
comment How is using acces() opening a security hole?
Ok, seeing there are things like this, that can be useful.
Sep
19
comment How is using acces() opening a security hole?
Sounds good. I guess that is done through some script or something (maybe even a virus), since the time hole can be really small (like 10s of microseconds). What kind of processing should be done on other file to gain root access? Do you have a real example?
Sep
19
asked How is using acces() opening a security hole?
Jul
21
awarded  Yearling
Jul
10
comment Is it OK to tell your password to your company's sysadmin?
But the data can be made secret by encryption, no? I am not sure what you mean with "back door". Officially, there are no back doors in linux ;)
Jun
22
awarded  Editor
Jun
22
revised Is it OK to tell your password to your company's sysadmin?
added 50 characters in body; edited tags
Jun
22
reviewed No Action Needed URL & address bar spoofing, only possible on rogue access point
Jun
6
awarded  Good Question
Dec
20
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
29
accepted Should I change password after servicing a tablet?
Nov
26
reviewed Reviewed Is Google spying on all of us?
Nov
26
reviewed Reviewed How to prepare for hacking competitions
Nov
26
asked Should I change password after servicing a tablet?
Nov
7
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