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Mar
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comment What technical reasons are there to have low maximum password lengths?
@Kaz Nobody said there was.
Mar
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Mar
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answered What technical reasons are there to have low maximum password lengths?
Mar
30
answered RSA maximum bytes to encrypt, comparison to AES in terms of security?
Mar
30
reviewed Reviewed Can PHI be HIPAA compliant on a cloud?
Mar
30
comment Can PHI be HIPAA compliant on a cloud?
Agreed. This doesn't accurately represent the way that HIPAA works in relation to 3rd party providers.
Mar
30
reviewed Close What is SPL exploit?
Mar
30
reviewed Close Pre Installed OpenVAS , light way Linux
Mar
30
reviewed Close Keyloggers and Email Accounts
Mar
30
reviewed Leave Open Has the WPS brute-force cracking issue been fixed?
Mar
30
comment Unlock hard drive vs full-disk encryption
Precisely. Read the documentation, and contact the manufacturer if you have any doubts at all. You want full-disk crypto and a BIOS access password at a minimum.
Mar
30
revised Unlock hard drive vs full-disk encryption
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Mar
30
answered Is time zone information saved in files?
Mar
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answered Time zone settings and leakage of location
Mar
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answered Unlock hard drive vs full-disk encryption
Mar
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comment Unlock hard drive vs full-disk encryption
This isn't true. It's a separate thing.
Mar
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answered Can password-protected zip files be broken without brute force?
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answered What kind of privacy leakage do stuff printed to stdout pose?
Mar
29
answered Will using SSL to secure Wordpress admin area only still actually be secure?
Mar
29
comment What's an easy way to perform a man-in-the-middle attack on SSL?
It'd be nice if you could go through and properly format this for StackExchange. Kinda hard to follow in its current state.