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awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
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answered Why do we still use keys to start cars? why not passwords?
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awarded  Yearling
Jul
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comment Installing Ubuntu with a potentially compromised USB drive
I'd like to drink beer without getting fat, but that has not worked out for me. Using hardware you believe has been compromised is likely to be give similar results. Don't do it. Instead: The cheapest 4Gb USB stick (that is suitable for a Ubuntu live install) on Amazon.com is $1.48. It is horrifyingly ugly. The cheapest hammer (that is suitable for smashing your suspect stick) on Amazon.com is $5.88. It is [rather beautiful](amazon.com
Jul
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reviewed Close Is there a tool in Kali Linux that get Wi-Fi passwords only by capturing the traffic?
Jul
28
reviewed Close Why disable JavaScript in Tor?
Jul
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reviewed Close Failure analysis to avoid locking permanently online accounts
Jul
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reviewed Close Server authentication during the SSL handshake
Jul
28
reviewed Close Writing an information security policy
Jul
28
comment Writing an information security policy
Who are "they", and what is the context in which they are asking to see your Information Security policy?
Jul
26
answered What File Types Should I Scan Before Opening?
Jul
23
reviewed Leave Open Is it safe to give my PayPal email and Home Address to a stranger?
Jul
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reviewed Close Is the 'SUIDGuard' patch safe to implement?
Jul
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reviewed Close Content on a usb flash drive available for a limited time
Jul
23
reviewed Leave Open Can an attacker or law enforcement compromise apps in Google Play so that when I update I install the compromised app?
Jul
21
comment Can you protect corporate email on personal phones without the option of wiping all personal data?
Microsoft's own OWA app does this on IOS. (Probably does it on Android too, haven't tested it myself.)
Jul
21
reviewed Close Procedure of tranmission of original virus
Jul
21
reviewed Close Does any nation-state CA (certificate authority) have a public API to verify digital signatures?
Jul
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reviewed Close Malicious programs that takes advantages of Windows vulnerabilities
Jul
21
revised DNS zone transfer attack
Added link to ARPANET directory