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revised Is there additional security value in using passwords with words or phrases in non-English languages?
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Apr
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comment Is there additional security value in using passwords with words or phrases in non-English languages?
By that logic, "Passw0rd" is a good password.
Apr
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answered Is there additional security value in using passwords with words or phrases in non-English languages?
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comment WPS vulnerability scanning for handshakes to detect the attack
I don't agree on the Windows side of things. A promiscuous mode device with supporting drivers, coupled with the pcap filter driver, will work fine. The same is required in Linux. WPS conversations occur over the same basic 802.11 frames as normal traffic.
Apr
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comment Decoding SMS in Chinese extracted from a Blackberry
Agreed. We need the raw hex dump in order to get into this.
Apr
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revised Decoding SMS in Chinese extracted from a Blackberry
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reviewed Approve Getting credentials using proxy server
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answered Getting credentials using proxy server
Apr
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comment Why isn't AV software configured to recognize installed program vulnerabilities?
We have warnings about vulnerable software. It's called the "Reboot for updates" nag screen.
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comment Security seals and the “perception of safety”?
@Ladadadada My point is that there's nothing to stop a rogue CA from issuing a cert for whitehouse.gov, even with an EV for that matter.