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comment What were the vulnerablities for revealing ip address in code
and you post it again here?
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comment How can I hide a program from another program?
So, you just want to hide the process name? Do you have control over program A, or just program B? Does program A know the name of program B and is looking for it? Is program A also looking at the behaviour of program B?
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reviewed No Action Needed Test registration form using brute force
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reviewed Reviewed Test registration form using brute force
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comment How to make the most secure text editor in Django?
"most secure" need to be defined. Can you specify what you want to secure against?
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comment Are there actions taken against websites that deliver malware?
Because you don't use the DMZ, I'm pinging you here. You do a lot of edits, which is good and helpful, but when you do, could you also delete the "thanks!" of questions?
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comment Can these html tags and attribs make my site vulnerable?
OWASP is going to be the best place to get you started on this. There are a lot of moving parts, so I can't be a whole lot more specific.
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comment Can these html tags and attribs make my site vulnerable?
That python re is going to be the bigger problem than whitelisting tags or attributes. There are lots of ways to encode XSS code and you aren't going to be able to filter them all out. You are potentially going to have to look at another approach entirely for dealing with code snippets.
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reviewed Leave Closed What infrastructure is there to attack in Lynnwood, WA?
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comment Can these html tags and attribs make my site vulnerable?
A lot of people will want to ask how you are filtering, and why some other type of markup formatting system like Markdown won't better suit your needs. If these questions are not relevant, you might need to address them in your question.
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revised Can these html tags and attribs make my site vulnerable?
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revised What infrastructure is there to attack in Lynnwood, WA?
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comment What infrastructure is there to attack in Lynnwood, WA?
Pop over to the DMZ to discuss. Please read the FAQ and get a sense of the kinds of questions that are allowed.
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comment What current algorithms are considered (un)secure?
The problem isn't that this is a duplicate, but rather that any answer is temporary. We are trying to modify the old answer to be more general in order to point people to NIST and CIS for recommendations and make that a canonical answer.
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comment Siri DDoS over FM Radio
As this is a Q&A site, and not a discussion site, we kinda need a question to answer.
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comment qkd - Does BB84 rely on a prearranged code?
I'll migrate for you.
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revised Does the server certificate control the cipher suites available to secure the communications?
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comment Does the server certificate control the cipher suites available to secure the communications?
Please do not use uppercase with abbreviations for standard terms. It gets very confusing.
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comment qkd - Does BB84 rely on a prearranged code?
The folks over at crypto.stackexchange.com might love this question.
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comment Siri DDoS over FM Radio
I'm not sure what you are asking. It seems apparent that it is possible.