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Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Apr
25
revised Can home routers get infected?
added 28 characters in body
Apr
25
answered Can home routers get infected?
Oct
19
awarded  Commentator
Oct
19
awarded  Critic
Oct
19
comment Bank forces me to use six character alphanumeric password
I have used Westpac (Australia) web-based banking. And I used a longer password than just 6 characters. It only showed a '*' for the first six, but still required all of the passkey.
Oct
16
revised How could an AV detect a virus that has a chance of not decrypting itself?
corrected spelling, correct sentence construction
Aug
11
answered How could an AV detect a virus that has a chance of not decrypting itself?
Jan
28
comment if the hypervisor is hacked are all guests affected as well?
Compromised? YES; Affected? Who knows. "Compromised" means risk, "Affected" is more vague ..
Dec
2
answered When storing private identifying information in a web application, what is “industry standard” best practices?
Nov
24
comment Using EventStore For PCI Compliance?
Can you provide any of your selection criteria, or identify which specific sections of PCI-DSS you need to be audited on.
Nov
24
comment Computer team's password change time different from other users?
I have generally two levels of enforceable IT policy: one for ALL users (Acceptable Use), and a much more strict one for higher privileged staff (IT Security Policy). The privileged staff include: systems administrators, 3rd level helpdesk, DBA's, audit, security staff, etc.
Nov
24
comment Computer team's password change time different from other users?
You are missing password history (prevent re-use, eg. A to B to C, back to A).
Nov
24
comment Computer team's password change time different from other users?
You are missing password complexity (letters, numbers, and/or symbols). An 8 character password if quite weak, especially for Windows. Have a look at NIST guidelines for your platform (eg. Windows, smart-phone, server, etc.)
Nov
22
awarded  Teacher
Nov
21
awarded  Editor
Nov
21
revised Best way to push data to a client without being blocked by firewall
added clarity
Nov
21
comment Best way to push data to a client without being blocked by firewall
Re-worded for you.
Nov
21
answered Best way to push data to a client without being blocked by firewall
Nov
21
comment Best way to push data to a client without being blocked by firewall
Can you add some further details? How many clients, over Internet, how much traffic, streaming, packet loss, etc. Is this time critical (latency) for near-real-time, etc.