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comment Yahalome protocol is (not) secure. Why?
This is really broad. Can you narrow your question at all?
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revised Yahalome protocol is (not) secure. Why?
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reviewed Close How does OpenVAS work out severity?
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comment How does OpenVAS work out severity?
Closing because this is a question for OpenVAS, which is answered on their site.
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comment How does OpenVAS work out severity?
When I Google "openvas cvss score" I get a full page of results saying "yes". I'm not sure how you were unable to find a reference. Besides, OpenVAS is free and it would be easy to see what the tool does.
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comment OpenSSL 0.9.8zg
Define "safe"? If you are asking if there are known vulnerabilities, that's an easy thing to check. As for the rest of your questions, that's a really Mac-specific question and perhaps better suited for SuperUser or AskDifferent?
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comment Must a system be insecure against physical access? If so, why?
sure, a computer without changeable parts or ports
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comment Full mesh and partial mesh networks
Money solves problems. If you want to solve the highly reliable problem, then you pay for that.
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reviewed Close Full mesh and partial mesh networks
Feb
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comment Full mesh and partial mesh networks
The answer is: full mesh is resilient to a few connections going down, and service providers have an expectation to maintain service even if things go wrong. One problem won't cut off a section of their customers.
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comment Full mesh and partial mesh networks
Welcome to Sec.SE. There are 2 problems with your question. First, while we do help with homework questions, we require that you show what research you have done to answer your own question. Second, this question isn't about security.
Feb
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comment Tracking a criminal on my website
What you are asking for is unclear. First, you will not get the MAC address. Second, he cannot "spoof" his address. He can easily swap addresses or put hops between his address and your server (VPN, proxy, TOR, etc.). So, getting his IP is not going to be helpful. What you need to look at is a form of social engineering, as has been suggested. "Proof" of who he is has to pass legal tests for admissibility. That's why people here are suggesting that you work more with police. Whatever you end up coming up with will not help, and the police have the resources you need.
Feb
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answered What makes Malware so difficult to remove?
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revised What makes Malware so difficult to remove?
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revised Network Scans Find Absent Device
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revised Network Scans Find Absent Device
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Feb
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comment There might be a man in the middle attack against my server
Have you asked your hosting company? Maybe they shuffled your instance around and it broke the fingerprint.
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reviewed Close detect forged e-mail system for windows?
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reviewed Close CSploit/Zanti - MITM takes 4 minutes - is it normal?
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comment CSploit/Zanti - MITM takes 4 minutes - is it normal?
There is no possible way we could answer your question with the details provided. If you can edit it to provide more relevant details, we can look at reopening.