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comment request for sandbox security controls efficiency evaluation
I think I see what you are getting at - but none of these appear to be anything to do with security. Efficiency - off topic here, Compatibility - off topic here. Transparency - off topic here.
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comment request for sandbox security controls efficiency evaluation
your question does not say that - if you edit it we may be able to reopen
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comment Is there an encryption algorithm that is fully secure?
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comment Why don't OSes protect against untrusted USB keyboards?
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Feb
5
comment Why don't OSes protect against untrusted USB keyboards?
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Feb
5
comment Which of the TLS/SSL and IPsec protocols is effective?
summary - use TLS in this case :-)
Feb
5
comment Why don't OSes protect against untrusted USB keyboards?
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Feb
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comment My school wants to keep the details of our door authentication system a secret. Is that a good idea?
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Feb
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comment My school wants to keep the details of our door authentication system a secret. Is that a good idea?
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Feb
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comment How secure and how to find if a website use Flexible SSL from Cloudflare?
Cristian - thanks for that edit. Makes it readable now.
Feb
1
comment how to secure my OS?
Doeydha - please read the help center and How to Ask pages. This site can be very helpful if you ask a specific question that is on topic here. Your post is unfortunately still all over the place with questions and unconnected ideas.
Feb
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comment Detecting specific running application of types chatting,multimedia,gaming,etc
Shubhangi - as pointed out, this is very broad. It also isn't really a security question. It's a network comms question. I don't think migrating to SO or SF would work as it currently stands, but if you can come up with a clearer, more focuses question, you could try over there.
Jan
30
comment How easy is it to tamper with your devices for eavesdropping purposes if they have physical access to your computer/router?
As Deer Hunter pointed out, physical access = he owns your systems
Jan
30
comment IT Career Advice: IT to InfoSec (Programming, System Administration, or DevOps)
None of these questions are on topic here. Please read our help center and How to Ask pages for guidance
Jan
30
comment Linux kernel security bugs and hardening Ubuntu?
Gm1 - I see all your questions have been closed so far. Please re-read our help center and How to Ask pages to understand why, and what we expect in a post. Thanks
Jan
28
comment Explain Security to Employer
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Jan
27
comment Why did customer services say using symbols in a password is insecure?
Important to note - "Sorry, the guidelines we put in is place is for security measures" does not mean using symbols is less secure! It means the guidelines they have put in place are for the security measures they have decided are appropriate. You may want them to use stronger security measures, but their risk assessment has given them a position they feel is fine.
Jan
25
comment How to brute force HTTP Basic Authentication requested with XHR?
Krishna - discussed at meta.stackexchange.com/q/200177/154443
Jan
25
comment why don't OSes offer secure file erase/wipe
Various of the answers there say why it isn't offered as part of the OS, but is available for all OS's.
Jan
25
comment why don't OSes offer secure file erase/wipe
This feels exactly like a duplicate, as that other question asks why OS's don't do it. Closing as dupe.