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comment How to display friendly notification about no TLS 1.0 support in browser
It is dependant on your web server. Which one are you using?
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comment Router forensics
This is a question for Asus support. This situation is typically why you need to ship your logs to a secure repo.
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comment Iphone app not allowing proxy
Are you sure the app is using HTTPS? Maybe they are using another communication method? Inspect using Wireshark to make sure you are using the correct analysis tool for the protocol involved.
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reviewed Close Please help clarify password hashing - salted, multiple iterations of MD5 vs bcrypt/sha2, etc
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reviewed Close Limitations of botnets
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comment Limitations of botnets
Are you asking if it is possible for botnets to dynamically change per install? Yes, of course. But, are you asking about a particular variant of cryptolocker?
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comment KakaoTalk message encryption
You give us a hashed string and expect us to figure out their scheme? Do you know what the plaintext is? Could it simply be a hashed UID?
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reviewed Reject Why don't mobile operators blacklist stolen phones using their IMEI?
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comment What Man-made Physical Threat Could Pose Severe Danger to a Server Farm?
@LieRyan I agree, but given that it takes place in the future, it's the idea of acid that is my point.
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answered External Penetration test by third party
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reviewed Close What can IT see and log?
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comment What can IT see and log?
Why not ask your IT folks? You're hiring them, they'll tell you what they log.
Dec
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comment How to hide my ip and browsing history from others on my network?
Using someone else's network comes with some responsibilities. They are in charge of the network and its integrity, and therefore have some rights to monitor how it is being used.
Dec
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answered How do honeypots remain secure to 0days and newer exploits?
Dec
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comment Security measures and anti-virus on server to mitigate acting as a propagation vector
There is great debate on that fact, and the topic is more complex than you address, but that's besides the point. The OP is in a corporate environment. Users may not have control over which OS they run. Your line sticks out as an oddly unprofessional outlier to an otherwise wonderful answer.
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comment Security measures and anti-virus on server to mitigate acting as a propagation vector
Your Windows/Linux/Mac line needs to be removed. It takes away from the awesome points you make in the rest of your answer.
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answered What Man-made Physical Threat Could Pose Severe Danger to a Server Farm?
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reviewed Leave Open What Man-made Physical Threat Could Pose Severe Danger to a Server Farm?
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reviewed Close Is it some kind of bug, if same request is being used over and over again to perform a particular update?
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comment Is it some kind of bug, if same request is being used over and over again to perform a particular update?
This question is unanswerable as it stands. Can you edit it to add the relevant details you talk about in comments?