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Aug
26
comment What does an ex hacker can work
Michael - I specifically said that.
Aug
25
comment What does an ex hacker can work
Hi stuck - as pointed out this is off topic. In reality, your question is, "what jobs are there" to which the answer is, "lots." It doesn't matter that you are an ex-anything, unless you have a criminal record that limits your options, perhaps.
Aug
20
comment E-Mail made in Germany. Better than traditional ones like Google or Yahoo?
Oh yes, I know all that - we have to deal with it regularly - but it gives far stronger controls than most countries.
Aug
20
comment E-Mail made in Germany. Better than traditional ones like Google or Yahoo?
See my comment on the question.
Aug
20
comment E-Mail made in Germany. Better than traditional ones like Google or Yahoo?
John - if you are in any location that has concerns over US spying on your email (ie most of the world) , then an email service meeting German privacy requirements is very definitely a security improvement.
Aug
20
comment Is Linux spying on its users?
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Aug
19
comment Is gmail-to-gmail still insecure? Why?
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Aug
19
comment Should I worry that passphrase length leaks information?
the dupe covers everything you are asking - read all the answers there.
Aug
18
comment Is it Feasible to Block Connections That Windows 10 Uses to Push/Pull? - ie: Phone Home, Watchers, Monitors, Onedrive, Cortana, Bing, Shadyness, Etc?
Why would you roll back - Microsoft has long had the ability to do this. Win10 just has the defaults set a little oddly.
Aug
16
comment How to find an encryption algorithm between two hexadecimal numbers?
This type of question is off topic here - mostly for the reason described by @mti2935
Aug
15
comment How can ransomware be so prevalent when there is such a clear money trail to the attackers?
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Aug
15
comment How does Windows 10 allow Microsoft to spy on you?
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Aug
14
comment How can ransomware be so prevalent when there is such a clear money trail to the attackers?
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Aug
14
comment How to send HTTPrequest anonymously
Based on your comments on the various answers, it seems very unclear as to what you are actually wanting. And I'm not sure you know what you are asking. Please try and clarify.
Aug
11
comment Preventing Ethernet over power
I don't actually know of any, and while I may have just missed them, this is an interest area for me so I'm guessing there just isn't the demand.
Aug
11
comment Preventing Ethernet over power
vsz - no, it is very cheap to filter high frequencies off power lines. In fact this should be a part of most mains circuits - smoothing is considered a 'good thing' for power lines.
Aug
11
comment Preventing Ethernet over power
You can certainly look for traffic - if they can see it, you can certainly see that there is traffic (likely encrypted, but still) or you could check in the room for a Powerline device and remove it, and then lock the door...
Aug
10
comment How to avoid fake “Windows Virus Alert”
Please keep comments relevant and polite folks.
Aug
10
comment How does the attacker to ransomware get the password?
Easily automated @bayo15. And the key pair creation happens on the attacker's machine - not the victim's.
Aug
10
comment Windows 10 installaton USBs sold by Microsoft
Can you please edit your post to clarify, and please limit the post to 1 question.