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comment How can I set up DHCP so that domain devices get a certain block of IP addresses and other non-domain devices get a separate block?
@fzlogic - if you are trying to retrofit an existing infrastructure you can use the windows firewall and IPSec to segment off your domain systems.
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answered How can I set up DHCP so that domain devices get a certain block of IP addresses and other non-domain devices get a separate block?
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reviewed Reject Is there any technical security reason not to buy the cheapest SSL certificate you can find?
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answered Where should a team store server credentials
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accepted Is there more risk in changing administrator password locally vs from a centralized location?
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answered Best practices for HSM's used by test and production systems
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revised Is a Linux environment PCI compliant if the swap file is not encrypted and PANs are loaded into RAM?
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answered Is a Linux environment PCI compliant if the swap file is not encrypted and PANs are loaded into RAM?
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answered Formula Used in Qualitative Risk Scales
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answered Inconsistant browser warnings for SSL
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comment Using Free AV to meet PCI Requirement 5
@schroeder precisely my thought. :)
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answered Using Free AV to meet PCI Requirement 5
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answered Are there any reasons for using SSL over IPSec?
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comment Industry average for security as a percentage of product budget?
The range is from 0-100%, depending on industry being sold to and the nature of the product. You are going to need a lot more detail if you want a more detailed response.
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comment How to safely show some text on a webpage?
@AndrewHoffman true but that doesn't cover getting your authentication securely to the server... If someone gets your authentication token you now have someone else with access. I suppose I could have clarified that a bit.