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

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Apr
25
reviewed Approve Certified Ethical Hacking courses
Apr
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
24
accepted Implications of Trace/Track Methods on Apache
Apr
22
revised Why is using salt more secure?
Cleaned up grammar and increased readability.
Apr
14
comment Found huge bug, what should I do?
I would recommend looking at security.stackexchange.com/q/807/618 and security.stackexchange.com/q/52/33
Apr
14
comment IIS password protected website
@Xianlin Glad to hear that it was so easy to find. That's the point when I would punt next door to our Windows guy.
Apr
14
answered IIS password protected website
Apr
13
comment 1 PIX firewall, 2 routers, 2 switches. Please answer a couple questions about hack lab
@HalJordan: So you don't have the extra interface card, meh. As I recall those things take PC100 ram, so you might be able to find something off-the-shelf, or in-the-drawer. The failover cable is only useful if you have multiples, but the console cable is important. It will work for all Cisco kit, though, so should be easy to find.
Apr
13
answered 1 PIX firewall, 2 routers, 2 switches. Please answer a couple questions about hack lab
Apr
12
comment What is the danger of hosting your SSL certificate yourself?
@GuySirton: Quite right. Looking back at my answer I'm not entirely sure that was clear enough.
Apr
12
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
11
comment Will passphrases always be secure?
@GeorgeBailey: I'll leave our resident cryptographers to comment conclusively, but so far as I know computers have been increasing in compute power more quickly than hash functions have been increasing in complexity. But, yeah, I was trying to be purposefully conversational. Distributing computation across rented or stolen nodes is definitely worth keeping in mind.
Apr
11
answered NSA RHEL5 Checklist
Apr
11
answered What is the danger of hosting your SSL certificate yourself?
Apr
10
answered Will passphrases always be secure?
Apr
10
revised Complex Consumer Matching Queries with PGP Universal
edited body
Apr
10
asked Complex Consumer Matching Queries with PGP Universal
Mar
25
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
22
revised Is storing card details without the permission of the card holder against PCI DSS?
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