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Mar
15
comment Databases with spam, phishing email examples
Hi Florin - it's always worth having a quick search to see if your question has already been asked...
Mar
12
comment Is there a way to secure a Linux machine in a way that no one else (but me) can access its contents?
This question appears unclear- looks like different requirements in comments etc. Can you edit it to make it clear?
Mar
10
comment how to stop hackers from any spoofing?
Currently this question has nowhere near enough info. What type of attacks? You say spoofing attacks - but this doesn't really mean anything without context. Please edit your post with more info.
Mar
9
comment How to prevent username and password matches when changing a username?
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Mar
9
comment Which are the most important RFCs when learning security?
You have just listed RFC covering a small part of communication protocols. If you are learning application security these may be (mostly) irrelevant. If you intend to learn security I would strongly recommend that while reading RFCs is useful to gain in depth knowledge of particular areas, they should not be the basis of your learning!
Mar
9
reviewed Approve Which are the most important RFCs when learning security?
Mar
8
reviewed Close Connect to a Wi-Fi modem without password
Mar
8
reviewed Close Ransom attacks - can I protect myself by encrypting all my files?
Mar
7
comment How secure is Splikity
Generally, military grade statements are not made by companies who are FIPS 140. Those that have FIPS compliance tend to state that :-)
Mar
7
revised Is there such thing as a password enforced write protected flash drive?
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Mar
7
comment How secure is Splikity
Military-grade means nothing. If they claim "strongest in industry" do they publish who tested? How they scored? Has it been peer reviewed? Basically, as Steffen said, treat all those claims as marketing spiel, and instead, find one that has extensive peer review and positive scores. It is likely to be better.
Mar
6
comment Spoofing domains in Facebook
You can make the link anything you like - not sure what your question means
Mar
4
comment How to protect my laptop screen from being hacked?
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Mar
2
reviewed No Action Needed How is it technically possible for Apple to unlock the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone?
Mar
2
revised Is this authentication scheme secure?
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Mar
2
comment Is this authentication scheme secure?
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Feb
27
comment Teslacrypt Ransomware
From that site:**Since the recently released TeslaCrypt 3.0 has fixed this flaw...**
Feb
27
comment Why are programs written in C and C++ so frequently vulnerable to overflow attacks?
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Feb
27
comment Why are programs written in C and C++ so frequently vulnerable to overflow attacks?
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Feb
26
comment Is there any way to stop DDOS attacks?
Your update is a great improvement.