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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Is CentOS a good choice from a security perspective?
Centos has a long lifespan? I find the packages of centos to be much more bundled than debian (example, apache having more kitchen sink worth of modules installed) and lack of ready access packages. Introducing alternative package repositories and alien imports like rpmfusion doesn't seem like a worthy alternative to debian. Debian has a lot of testing in other distros for its packages in downstream.
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answered How reliable is a password strength checker?
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awarded  Critic
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comment Setting DHCP lease time to very small time increases security?
Agreed, adding dyndns to this does bring more tangible issues into play.
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answered Best way for a hacker to hide a file on Linux?
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awarded  Teacher
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answered What prevents this exploit from working (unix SUID)?
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answered Circumventing a “freemail” account form filter
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answered How to protect against brute forcing
Nov
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comment SFTP, FTPS and SecureFTP differences and security implications
I guess differentiating sftp from scp would be of some use, but it might clutter things. And the non-trivial aspects of the extension and its own security issues.
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awarded  Supporter
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answered Password Management within an Organisation