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Jan
20
comment What kind of encryption or obfuscation is this?
You already know what the exploit does, and your only query is around identifying the type of encryption, and that is off topic here. As well as there not actually being any encryption here...
Jan
19
comment What malicious things can happen when clicking on links in email?
Of course it has that possibility.
Jan
19
comment Why is it harder to brute force an iphone than a zip-file?
Why do you think there is a way to copy the encrypted iphone's data? This doesn't match your question headline at all.
Jan
18
comment Am I experiencing a brute force attack?
Comments are not for extended discussion; this conversation has been moved to chat.
Jan
18
comment Using stingray against police (idea)
Please play nice, folks - this example is for the criminal Jimmy, but there is a valid security question somewhere in there. Even if the answer is "yes, it is possible"
Jan
18
reviewed Close SSL Stripping + HSTS
Jan
18
comment DDoS Mitigation - Whitelist or Blacklist Incoming Ports?
George - Neil is absolutely correct. You should only ever have the ports open that you need.
Jan
17
comment How should I securely type a password in front of a lot of people?
Comments are not for extended discussion; this conversation has been moved to chat.
Jan
15
reviewed Close Help with XSS Evasion
Jan
15
reviewed Close Local sockets: does SSL add security?
Jan
15
reviewed Close How do country's block politically charged spam?
Jan
15
comment Is it possible to execute xss when response is of content type:application/json in latest IE?
Bhartay - I see most of your questions have been closed. Please re-read How to Ask and also search the site to see if your question has already been asked.
Jan
13
comment What makes an Android application vulnerable to Cross-site scripting (XSS)?
Mac - yes we know they are different topics, and android has specific issues, but these questions are badly worded and if you re-read you will see the problems.
Jan
13
comment Distributed Transmission in Protecting Satellites from Attacks?
If you actually need security, add it to the communication protocol. That's what is done for satellites that need it (eg military) - it is enough. It works. It just isn't needed in many situations. What problem are you trying to fix?
Jan
13
comment Distributed Transmission in Protecting Satellites from Attacks?
What you are proposing doesn't handle the problem of controlling the satellite at all. What do you mean by "their security"? Why do you think an attacker doesn't know which satellites send the signal? Why wouldn't you choose an existing solution if you require security?
Jan
13
comment Distributed Transmission in Protecting Satellites from Attacks?
I'll reopen, but have to query: why on earth would you want to do this?
Jan
13
comment Distributed Transmission in Protecting Satellites from Attacks?
What is the question here? Your last line doesn't match the content of the post
Jan
12
comment Securely verifying a user based on bio metrics
Closed as dupe - you cannot be 100% sure. Thomas explains why.
Jan
12
answered Securely verifying a user based on bio metrics
Jan
11
answered Access Controls on employees handling credit card data