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Jul
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awarded  Caucus
Jul
27
awarded  Constituent
Apr
23
reviewed Approve Does reboot clear RAM?
Apr
6
reviewed Approve How hash ensure integrity of data?
Mar
25
revised Is my ISP hacking me?
Fixed grammatical errors and improved the English a bit.
Mar
25
comment Is my ISP hacking me?
@obdaldh The "Class" system of IP addressing is largely considered defunct in favour of classless IP addresses. In addition, if it was a "Class A" address your subnet mask would be 255.0.0.0 (or /8) not 255.255.255.0
Mar
19
asked Ensuring security of a Disaster Recovery Plan
Mar
18
comment visa gift cards untraceable?
@ott-- Considering that the lions share of retailers do not take stock of the serial numbers on the bank notes as they arrive and depart, I imagine tying a serial # on bank note to an individual would be a monolithic task at best.
Mar
17
revised visa gift cards untraceable?
removed profanity
Mar
17
comment visa gift cards untraceable?
Purchasing anonymously is not synonymous with "loose morals"
Feb
23
awarded  Famous Question
Feb
10
reviewed Approve What makes twitter different than other sites regarding users anonymity
Feb
8
revised SSH raspberry pi security
fixed title
Feb
8
reviewed Approve SSH raspberry pi security
Feb
7
comment I've shared my WiFi with my neighbour. How can I ensure they're not downloading illegal content?
It should be noted, for what it's worth, all of the above measures are easily circumvented by someone who knows what they're doing. I would also note that these methods deal with blocking access to known trackers, but torrent downloads are facilitated by downloading pieces from different peers which is what makes it so difficult to block.
Feb
7
comment I've shared my WiFi with my neighbour. How can I ensure they're not downloading illegal content?
Admittedly, likely not much. Torrent traffic is notoriously difficult to block, even with enterprise firewalls because of the nature of how it operates. Monitoring or detecting it is typically done by monitoring the traffic and connections which, I would imagine, is beyond the capabilities of your router.
Feb
7
comment I've shared my WiFi with my neighbour. How can I ensure they're not downloading illegal content?
Linked question still applies
Feb
7
comment I've shared my WiFi with my neighbour. How can I ensure they're not downloading illegal content?
Your ability to block torrents will vary depending on your gateway device. See the following question for information on how to block torrent traffic : security.stackexchange.com/questions/42145/…
Jan
9
asked Python 2 or 3 for offensive security?
Dec
23
comment Corporate Domain-Joined PC Used in China
@Nick My rebuttal is not the same thing at all. I acknowledge that different geographical and networks will be higher risk that others, but anyone who is conscious about security should be prudent with operation security no matter where they reside, it should only be "high risk areas" that you describe. I would employ the same OpSec with my critical data and computers in Australia, Switzerland, Canada as I would in China, North Korea or Nigeria. My point is that you should always assume there is a risk and act accordingly.