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Feb
7
reviewed Satisfactory Is it preferable to perform encryption using database functions or code?
Feb
7
reviewed Satisfactory Future proof encryption possible in theory?
Feb
7
reviewed Reviewed Securing opensource web application
Feb
1
reviewed No Action Needed Restrict access to a specific directory on Linux
Feb
1
reviewed No Action Needed Best practices for handling computer viruses
Feb
1
reviewed No Action Needed Android apk malware
Jan
31
reviewed No Action Needed Route traffic from iPhone to desktop and back
Jan
18
comment What is the technique to determine if a user is “reading” a page called? (similar to “infinite scroll”)
It's much simpler than that: pagination sucks. Also, see UX.se ux.stackexchange.com/search?q=infinite+scroll
Jan
17
comment Tor - chain of connected nodes?
Related watching, from Dec 2011: How governments have tried to block Tor. (There's some PG cursing in the video.)
Jan
14
comment Clarification on an email about a security breach
@Hammo Re-reading this 6 months later, after a coffee, I agree.
Jan
14
awarded  Yearling
Jan
7
reviewed No Action Needed Any suggestions while testing a sandboxing driver?
Jan
3
reviewed No Action Needed How does window.w3ssss hack occur
Dec
30
awarded  Custodian
Oct
18
comment How to exploit DRUPAL-SA-CORE-2012-003
Your .htaccess directive seems odd: why not use deny from all (with an optional allow from your.developmen.ip.address), rather than order allow,deny? More information: kavoir.com/2009/01/…
Sep
24
comment Why does Microsoft limit password length?
The first sentence is the answer I was looking for! Thanks. (I didn't consider my question a duplicate because I wasn't asking a theoretical question about a planned system, as the linked one does, but a practical question about one that already exists.)
Sep
24
accepted Why does Microsoft limit password length?
Sep
23
asked Why does Microsoft limit password length?
Sep
18
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Sep
18
comment How do I protect my Gmail account when accessing it via an Android smartphone?
@Ramhound I think the point is that if the phone were unlocked, the attacker could get access to the applications which are already authorized on that phone, and then use the fact that he has access to GMail to reset passwords on other sites.