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May
22
reviewed Close General Entropy as opposed to Password Entropy
May
22
comment How to filter secure (HTTPS) websites by URL with regular expression?
ah - I assume this is related to your other question? We need more context in order to help you.
May
22
comment How to filter secure (HTTPS) websites by URL with regular expression?
do you want to block users from reaching certain pages on your server, or do you want to prevent your browser from accessing pages on someone else's server?
May
22
revised How to filter secure (HTTPS) websites by URL with regular expression?
edited tags
May
22
comment How to filter secure (HTTPS) websites by URL with regular expression?
from the server's perspective or the browser's perspective?
May
22
reviewed Leave Closed Give Someone Access to Secure Website?
May
22
comment What makes an Android application vulnerable to Cross-site scripting (XSS)?
Just this: don't cross-post, and ask one question at a time
May
22
comment What makes an Android application vulnerable to Cross-site scripting (XSS)?
the common thread to your questions is that Android itself is not the problem - the programs/apps/services run by Android are the ones vulnerable
May
22
comment What makes an Android application vulnerable to Cross-site scripting (XSS)?
I'm trying to help you get the answers you seek - I'm not trying to give you a hard time - what you've done so far has increased the risk of your questions getting closed
May
22
comment What makes an Android application vulnerable to Cross-site scripting (XSS)?
if you asked one (like your SQLi question) you might find that there is a common factor that relates to all - that way you reduce the mesh of questions
May
22
revised What makes an Android application vulnerable to Cross-site scripting (XSS)?
formatting
May
22
comment What makes an Android application vulnerable to Cross-site scripting (XSS)?
"what factors makes a selection of Android code vulnerable to such an attack" is repeated in all 3
May
22
comment What makes an Android application vulnerable to Directory Traversal?
are all of these from a school project?
May
22
comment What makes an Android application vulnerable to Cross-site scripting (XSS)?
While I appreciate that you split this from your other question on SQL (security.stackexchange.com/questions/89897/…) it is odd that it is basically the same question. Is there a common cause or reason for these questions?
May
22
awarded  Enlightened
May
22
comment What makes an Android application vulnerable to SQL Injection?
Android is not the issue, sqlite is
May
22
reviewed Looks OK Generic term for certificates and keys
May
22
reviewed Looks OK Security software to shutdown PC unless specific approach?
May
22
reviewed Close Found this textarea with PHP in it. Might it be malicious/exploitable?
May
22
comment Crypto for penetration test
@asio this is why the question is on hold. We do not know what you already know, we do not know how in depth the course or text is, and we cannot know how any amount of studying of any one topic would help. Pen testers specialize, so a crypto-specialization is a good thing. But so is an assembly language specialization. There are, perhaps, some most fundamental crypto concepts that would be most helpful (e.g. identifying a private key improperly stored on a server) but it is impossible to quantify the work you need to get to that level.