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reviewed Leave Closed How do some sites detect AdBlock Plus?
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reviewed Close Why is nginx returning 301 for domains not matching mine?
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reviewed Close Flash Player Updates: auto updating shuts off by itself
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reviewed Close Is It Possible To Trace Java API Calls In Android ART Using Frida Framework?
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reviewed Close A few questions about ABAC control flow
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reviewed Close How to kill a Wi-Fi network?
Apr
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comment OS X 10.6 and known unpatched vulnerabilities
Apple don't seem to formally declare an end of support for their OSes, so in a sense you get to decide when you stop allowing it. You're not being unreasonable in refusing to allow an OS that hasn't seen a security patch in three years!
Apr
14
comment What is the current European standard for data destruction?
The nicest thing about standards is that there are so many to choose from. Can you give us a little background to your question? Is there some reason why you can't just choose one of BS EN:15713 or DIN 66399 and use that?
Apr
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answered Check whether a printer keeps a history of printed documents
Apr
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answered Can my company see that i'm using SSH?
Apr
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reviewed Leave Closed When will it be feasible to enumerate all possible private/public key pairs
Apr
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reviewed No Action Needed Looking for something like a QR code that cannot be copied/reproduced
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reviewed Close HIPAA Related question regarding Prescription Rx Reports
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reviewed Close Upgrading security of hashed passwords
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reviewed Close Public key encryption for initial challenge-repsonse
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reviewed Close Best way to encrypt data using php - I am not sure if I doing it correctly
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reviewed Close Are limited length passwords a security risk?
Mar
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Mar
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comment COPE vs. BYOD - as an employee why should I be interested in BYOD?
I suspect this is off-topic for this site as it is not about Information Security. See security.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic. Typically, employees choose BYOD so they can have a machine that is higher-spec or closer to their preferences than the machines that IT issue. If you want your phone to be an iPhone 6s+ with 128Gb storage, but the standard work issue phone is a 16Gb Moto G, BYOD may be the answer for you, and submitting to MDM is part of the price you pay.
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