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Security Engineer in the health care field. I get hot for automation, vulnerability management, and hardening.

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Feb
26
answered Remotely fingerprint AV software on LAN machines?
Feb
15
revised Effects of DDoS attacks on memory use under Linux
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Feb
8
comment Firewall Considerations with PGP Universal
@YoavAner: Not really. They give you a list of the ports, and what they're used for, but there is no engineering level guidance on what risks are associated with the data presented through each.
Feb
8
asked Firewall Considerations with PGP Universal
Feb
7
awarded  Good Answer
Feb
6
revised Why ESTABLISHED,RELATED for INPUT only?
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Feb
2
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
2
revised How do you destroy an old hard drive?
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Feb
2
comment How do you destroy an old hard drive?
@RoryAlsop: I'll do that sometimes to, but you do need to be careful with the platters. Most desktop drives are metal, and will bend. Some, and almost if not all laptops drives, are glass. They will make a godawful mess in your lab. Let me tell you. :-/
Feb
2
revised How do you destroy an old hard drive?
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Feb
2
answered How do you destroy an old hard drive?
Feb
1
comment How does hacking work?
@Pacerier: The problem isn't usually technical, as demonstrated by the fact that some languages do already provide validation subroutines. The problem is that developers aren't using them (or not using them correctly), which turns it into a education and/or development/test/business process problem.
Feb
1
comment How does hacking work?
@Pacerier Validating the input requires that a programmer do so. It should be noted that "Input Validation" is the root cause of half of the OWASP Top 10
Jan
26
answered What logs to retain for PCI-DSS?
Jan
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
5
revised Is there any FOSS passive vulnerability scanner ? Not a NIDS but a vulnerability assessment tool
Cleanup
Jan
2
comment Securing Windows 7 using Bluetooth
Whilst this may theoretically answer the question, it would be preferable to include the essential parts of the answer here, and provide the link for reference.
Jan
2
revised Password management/synchronization?
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Jan
2
revised Feeding /dev/random entropy pool?
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Dec
29
comment Are there any security measures that are resistant to a brute force attack?
Whilst this may theoretically answer the question, it would be preferable to include the essential parts of the answer here, and provide the link for reference.