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Apr
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awarded  Scholar
Apr
17
accepted How can I confirm I'm vulnerable to OS X “rootpipe” (CVE-2015-1130)?
Apr
14
comment How can I confirm I'm vulnerable to OS X “rootpipe” (CVE-2015-1130)?
@Polynomial yes, id -u also gives me my "normal" uid
Apr
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awarded  Yearling
Apr
14
asked How can I confirm I'm vulnerable to OS X “rootpipe” (CVE-2015-1130)?
Sep
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awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
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comment Is using a CA more secure if I'm self-signing anyway?
Yes, but compromise of a single certificate's private key equals compromise of a single server, whether the cert was self-signed itself or issued from a self-signed CA, doesn't it?
Jul
18
comment Is using a CA more secure if I'm self-signing anyway?
But even if you use a CA to issue a certificate, the certificate's private key is still needed at the server so it can use the certificate, so the private key is still subject to being compromised, right?
Jul
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awarded  Famous Question
May
8
comment Are WhatsApp or Telegram secure enough to use for office communication?
+1 for TextSecure, except it's still Android-only at the moment. The only advantage Telegram has is that it's also available on iOS, desktop and Web.
May
8
comment Is Telegram secure?
@Luc the point that Terry mentioned, which I wholeheartedly agree, is that if (when) an actual issue is found, it may be too late if it has already got critical mass, and because messages are stored on the server.
Mar
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awarded  Excavator
Mar
6
revised Is CentOS a good choice from a security perspective?
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14
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awarded  Nice Question
Sep
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awarded  Student
Sep
14
asked Should I disable SSL compression because of CRIME?
Sep
13
comment CRIME - How to beat the BEAST successor?
As a web server host, should I disable SSL compression?