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Oct
23
answered Client side password hashing
Oct
23
revised “Hello World” example of a Buffer Overflow attack in many programming languages
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Oct
23
comment “Hello World” example of a Buffer Overflow attack in many programming languages
I was inspired by your answer today on DEP and ASLR. If those technologies aren't being used, or implemented incorrectly, is a buffer overflow still possible?
Oct
23
revised “Hello World” example of a Buffer Overflow attack in many programming languages
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Oct
23
asked “Hello World” example of a Buffer Overflow attack in many programming languages
Oct
22
asked Activesync: If I disable or rename the AD account does that mean the phone won't be wiped?
Oct
22
accepted What torrent software should I be aware of as a security professional?
Oct
22
accepted Are there any anonymous OpenID providers similar to Gawker's “burner”?
Oct
22
accepted Is OSX or Mac hardware used in the InfoSec world? What resources are available?
Oct
22
accepted Does every security patch get back ported to every .NET framework? Are there exceptions to the rule?
Oct
21
asked How does the Copyright Alert System work? Who has implemented it?
Oct
19
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
18
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
16
awarded  Announcer
Oct
15
comment Where are located the DPAPI BLOBS and is there any tool to decypher them?
Here is information on the DPAPI keys and C# code to work with them: security.stackexchange.com/q/1771/396
Oct
14
comment Which .CER file format is more secure for purposes of an AIA record?
To @Iszi's credit, he is commenting on the first version of this post. I revised it to make it clearly on topic
Oct
12
accepted Which .CER file format is more secure for purposes of an AIA record?
Oct
12
revised Which .CER file format is more secure for purposes of an AIA record?
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Oct
12
comment Which .CER file format is more secure for purposes of an AIA record?
I posted here just because I thought the AIA record format is of significance to the IT Sec community. This isn't Windows-specific. Perhaps one format is more secure than the other?
Oct
12
comment Can WiFi absorbing wallpaper absorb enough signal to provide a legitimate security benefit?
@JeffFerland is there any documented usage of this technique? I never thought of it...