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Security consultant for a Big 4 professional services firm.

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revised Are legal notices in a login banner legally significant in terms of computer misuse?
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comment Are legal notices in a login banner legally significant in terms of computer misuse?
Also, I can't find any eHippie vs WTO case-law or even court proceedings.
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revised Are legal notices in a login banner legally significant in terms of computer misuse?
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comment Are legal notices in a login banner legally significant in terms of computer misuse?
Hello, very interesting. Having briefly researched all three examples, I can't find that login banners played a crucial or any role in either of them. In cases 1 and 3 from what I gather there is a question of reasonable expectation of privacy vs "special needs" and the bargain part doesn't really come up. In (3), the case is settled so I'm not sure if any case-law has been established.
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asked Are legal notices in a login banner legally significant in terms of computer misuse?
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comment Preventing LSASS from storing clear-text passwords in Kerberos environment
The problem lies in the fact that an administrator cannot safely log on to a computer on the enterprise without risking compromising all other computers due to account hijack.
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comment Preventing LSASS from storing clear-text passwords in Kerberos environment
True, I had your basic RSA token in mind.
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asked Preventing LSASS from storing clear-text passwords in Kerberos environment
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answered Single vs multiple personas? What are the security implications?
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comment Detecting end-state of decryption process with unknown key
Padding can give you a good hint if block ciphers are used. You are a bit screwed with stream
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comment Looking for Information security / risk management table top or card games
Saw that one being presented at BlackHat. Looks quite interesting to break the basic concepts.
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comment What is the real risk from trusted forests / domains?
@AndrewSmith I don't think you can do that - domain admin privilege is non transitive unless explicitly added.